Timney CZ 452 NIB unopened.

  • Condition:
  • Make:Timney
  • Model:cz 452 L (22 Long rifle)

Private User

Seller Type: Private User
Licence # 406308531
Location: BANORA POINT, NSW, 2486
Transferring Dealer: Suffolks Outdoor Sports, NSW, 2480
Licence # 404576090
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People trying to tell me you can buy these much cheaper.....total b/s.....suggest you actually CONTACT the dealer with these 'cheaper' prices (the last RRP on old stock was $270) and you will find the stock at those prices is long gone and the cheapest on the internet now is Cleavers at $309 plus freight. Fully $25 more than this listing. (Who is giving you $25??
So if you can get one cheaper, buy it.
Just make sure its in its original packet.
Pricing to go up another 10 percent after Xmas.
And in some States dealers cannot send direct to the buyer. (wink wink)

Timney USA web site

Timney is the market leader for CZ replacement triggers
A true drop in trigger
Factory calibrated ready to shoot or fully adjustable for Sear Engagement (Creep) and Pull Weight.

Trigger allows you to become more accurate with your rifle
No gunsmith needed, easy to install
Ready for the range right out of the box or adjustable for custom feel"

From NIOA:
"This Timney Trigger for the 452 L fits both the 22LR and 17 Mach II.
The sear engagement is adjustable and the over-travel is mechanically limited
Stock inletting required
Each trigger is calibrated to approximately 2 lbs, with no creep
Adjustable from 2 to 3.5 lbs"

It is my understanding that the model illustrated and described by NIOA on their website is a recent and cheaper version and not the same as this one.
As for stock modification TIMNEY say its a drop-in and they should know.

Drop in or otherwise this trigger still should be fitted by an armourer or licenced gunsmith.

Price includes Parcel Post 3-7 day with signature. Insurance is extra $10

These proper triggers are infinitely better than simple spring and sear replacement kits giving a very CONSISTENT feel and a CONSTANT trigger pull. Worth every cent imho....not that it means much these days it seems.

Date Listed: 13/09/2022

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