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Offline Steve Menegon

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T2 or T3
« on: December 24, 2019, 09:35:16 AM »
I think the 1485 May have been packaged incorrectly. I ordered a pair and both are the same as what is pictured. I have no problems fitting them. I was just curious if the T2 was changed from the last one I ordered.

I like the minimal S/A takeup, it just needs a miniscule adjustment.

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Offline Steve Menegon

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Re: T2 or T3
« Reply #1 on: December 24, 2019, 01:38:50 PM »
I read through old posts pertaining to T3 disco fitting and spent a few hours testing and befitting. TOK36, if you read this, great idea on the diamond Dremel. I am an old cylinder head porter and have 75 different carbide cutters in my garage. None were suitable for The job. The Dremel worked out fantastic.

There were a few odd trials and tribulations through this. I lost my hammer pin retaining pin. Took lunch, found pin. The lost pin was preceded by a hammer pin that walked out of disco while testing trigger pull. Not CGW's fault, I thought it felt a little easy going in, but I chalked it up to skill. (Hahaha!). Locked up the gun. Tore it back down, found disco hole on trigger felt loose, had another blingsmith trigger ready, fixed frame, put it together and fit was fine. I should have caught the issue during initial assembly.

Trigger Pull averages all but 8lb D/A and 2lb 12oz S/A. I did 10 pulls each for average. Both Wheeler gauges read the same. More on that story later.

I snapped a few pics, sorry about the rotation. Old tablet.

Merry Christmas

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Offline Tok36

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Re: T2 or T3
« Reply #2 on: December 24, 2019, 04:59:19 PM »
   The pictured disco looks like an oversized T3 to me. The diamond Dremel bit was not my idea originally, it was passed down from another forum member in a previous thread to mine on the subject. I am glad to hear that the fitting went well. Thank you for the pics.

Will work for CZ pics! (including but not limited to all CZ clones)