Fooking Torch Cuts Fooking Trigger
2005-01-30 09:43:26 ET

It's as I feared.

If you look closely at the first pic previously posted you'd notice a cut in the trigger housing right in front and below of the rear sight ring. Whoever cut the receiver did so a little too much. There's not supposed to be a cut there. Mind you, this is would be all cosmetic damage but the fool cut deep enough to cut off a chunk of the trigger. What it cut was this:

This is a side view. That's actually a pair of "arms" used to hook onto a rivet in the trigger housing. This keeps the trigger from going too far forward. Well on mine one is completely cut off and the other "arm" is attached by a millimeter of steel. It's also bent... upwards. What this means is that the trigger, when at rest, stays too far forward thus pushing the tripping lever down a little too low so the sear can't catch the notch on the tripping lever. Grrr... looks like I'm getting a new trigger.

2005-01-30 13:45:45 ET

this is harder to grasp than science.

2005-01-30 19:00:11 ET

yeah i think the cutters got a little too excited about their job - my kits reciever is friggin' spiral-cut for christs sakes.

2005-01-30 19:10:48 ET

It's all fun and games until someone loses a testicle.

2005-02-09 10:46:02 ET

I have seem some CZ24 kits at gun shows in Ohio. I personaly prefer the 7.62x25 rnd over the 9mm.

  Return to Enamon's page