My trigger finger´s been itching badly since wednesday, when I purchased my new toy. Today I finally got to our clubs range to test the gun and the supressor out. Weather wasn't too good, it was raining a bit, temperature was about 32 F and the snow at the rimfire range was knee deep.
The weather didn't ruin my fun though and I put 90rds of subsonic and normal velocity ammo through the CZ. Both the gun and the SAK supressor worked flawlesly. I didn't need ear pro all day, not even with the CCI standard velocity ammo. Only complaint about the gun is that the trigger pull was a bit heavy, but that´s just ´cos I haven´t adjusted it yet
Oh yeah, I shot CCI´s Standard 40gr, Winchester´s subsonic Super X 40gr and Winchester´s Long Z 29gr. The POI changed so much with the Long Zs that I didn't bother trying to get a proper group with them.
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The above video will explain the trigger set up on the 452.
"I would not be an old man if I had not been an armed young man." JTJ
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Thanks a lot JTJ! That was a very informative video. I originally thought of just adjusting the factory spring, but seeing how easy it is to install those lighter springs and tubes I think I'll order that kit.