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      64 - 1 Piece Trigger guard project(Update)

      As some of you know I make trigger guards for the CZ rifles. If there is enough interst I would
      like to make some for my 64 actions in 22lr with the next batch of CZ T/Gs I have on order. I
      spoke with the shop and they said if I would commit to 25 it would only be a slight price increase.
      So if you are interested please post in this thread. Cost will be $140 shipped in a gloss blued T/G.

      I would like to know weather the loop I have for the CZ is ok or if you would rather have one like
      the Anshcutz 54 actions? The other option would be to make a loop like the tear drop CZ T/Gs.

      Ok, I'm adding the 17HMR/22WMR trigger guard also as I need one for my 141M :p

      You can also send an e-mail to the address below and can get added to the list here if you are just a lurker. :D

      Sales(AT)DIProductsInc(DOT)com

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      Thanks again for the kind words, much appreciated. I will post more pics once I get back to it.
      Waiting with great anticipation. :)

      Now, those who say they have no artistic ability. Trust me, it's actually a skill to learn, especially the ornamental design. Quite a few strict rules there, once you learn these, you're ready to go. You really don't want to see my first tries ;). And I'm just beginning out.
      If you are just beginning I really want to see your work when you feel you are skilled. That and you have not seen how bad my stick figures are. :D

      Vee3, where can I get one of these trigger guards? It's much-much better than one of these sheet metal pieces.
      Not to steal Vee3's thunder here is the link to DIP for the one for the 452. I have one on my 455, and while not cheap they are very well made. :bthumb:

      http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=126539&CAT=3600

      There are different ones for the different models and calibers so confirm before your order.
       
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      PC Crashed = One Piece Trigger Guard List(Update)

      Sad to say my PC had some sort of a hardware failure and I lost the "List" I started a few months ago. I started
      a new list but decided to post them on the web site so members could per-order the guards. I have the next
      batch on order and can adjust the quantity a little as they are produced.

      One of the most requested is the 452 17HMR with the metal magazine well(pics are the link to the order page)


      Second from what I can remember is the 453 in 22 long rifle

      The finished T/G is slightly different then the pic where the trigger passes through

      and of course I will have a few for the 455


      The most popular is still the 452 in 22 long rifle so they will be the bigger part of the order.

      Please get your order in early..

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      If your 452 magnum looks like this, then it is most likely the DIP aftermarket bottom metal, although from time to time someone else will pop up on e-bay with something similar, and there was another vendor doing them in matte aluminum at one time.



      All of the walnut stock 452's use the same bottom metal, American, FS, Varmint, etc., some polished blue and some matte blue finish.

      The standard length 22LR and 17Mach2 models use different trigger guards from their magnum 22WMR and 17HMR counterparts.

      Here's the link for the polished blue one, and it should be a drop in fit for your .22LR CZ 452.

      http://www.diproductsinc.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=126539&CAT=3600

      They are $30 cheaper than they were at one time, but still pricey.:eek:
       
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