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Thread: CZ action needs work!

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    CZ action needs work!

    Can anyone tell me what i can use on my New CZ bolt to make it action allot smoother than what it is now.
    It feels like it is running on a bed of sand.

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    Try using Autosol, the car polish, comes in tubes. Best to dismantle the bolt first, then put the stuff on the bearing surfaces, then wizzle it back and forth until satisfied.

    There are other faster ways involving wet and dry paper, but 'softly softly catchee monkey' is usually safer. Its not a fast process.

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    Dremmel and autosol

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    Powerup on the bolt......................................... liquid gold that stuff
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    What the hell is powerup? is it an additive for a engine?

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    Yep tho I think originally it was for manual gearboxes and final drives. Sorry cant tell you who sells it I just got a bit off the old man but I could find out. I got about 100ml must be at least 10 years ago and still got 80ishml
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    I'll keep an eye out, but the autosol sounds like the go with the dremmel

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    get the felt polishing wheels and take your time.
    If you can get a leather polishing wheel all the better.

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    I just sat working the bolt on mine watching tv now its really good.
    JB bore paste would be the harshest Id use

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    A combination of mud, blood and rapid fire volleys at fleeing anmals works over time.
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    Perhaps just give it a clean and some oil before trying the dremel?

    Mine slicked up good after a while

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    Used it today to set the scope to zero, it is not to bad but needs a tickle up so will work on it soon, as for the accuracy it wasn't bad but needs to be shot in a bit i think it seemed to get better the more rounds i put through it but then i ran out of light, i got about an inch group at 100m.

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    what model is it?

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    Varmint model 455 i think they are.

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    Just leave it mel.. It will loosen up with time... My ruger was like a cheese grater when I got it and 200 rounds later she was a smooth dude also a remmy action I reaently had nickel plated was like two bits of 80grit rubbing together for first 50 rotations.... But the all smoothed up well.. And ive got the pride of saying it happened awe/natural lol

 

 

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