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I’m looking for a Gunsmith who will install a 3 position safety on a CZ550 for a reasonable price.





Good hunting, Sako
 
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Fast ,good, or cheap. Which two out of the three do you want.
 
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Fast, good & affordable.


Good hunting, Sako
 
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Go to AHR and get the #1 upgrade which includes the 3 position safety. 700.00


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Posts: 900 | Location: Pamplico, SC USA | Registered: 24 August 2005Reply With Quote
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Go to AHR and get the #1 upgrade which includes the 3 position safety. 700.00


Beat me to it. Excellent workmanship, quick turn around, and great guy to deal with.

Interesting configuration with the rear sight. Care to give us some details on the rifle?
 
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$700 for a safety?
 
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Looks like a lyman aluminum rear sight

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Originally posted by degoins:
Go to AHR and get the #1 upgrade which includes the 3 position safety. 700.00


Beat me to it. Excellent workmanship, quick turn around, and great guy to deal with.

Interesting configuration with the rear sight. Care to give us some details on the rifle?
 
Posts: 4833 | Location: NY, NY | Registered: 28 November 2005Reply With Quote
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Nah-----looks more like a Williams !!!

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Posts: 386 | Location: Long Island, New York | Registered: 04 January 2008Reply With Quote
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$700 for a safety?


Three position safety, straighten and fill bolt handle, replace trigger and action feed/function work.
 
Posts: 1186 | Location: Shelton, CT | Registered: 22 February 2010Reply With Quote
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If that were my rifle, I would call a Dennis Olson and Wayne from AHR tos see what they could do for me.
 
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I doubt considering the bolt shroud a 3 pos. is possible, other than if you got enough bucks these guys can do anything..Im sure it wont be cheap...Id trade my gun for a pre 64 Win. myself.


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Filer, Idaho, 83328
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Posts: 36241 | Location: Twin Falls, Idaho | Registered: 04 June 2000Reply With Quote
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After nearly 60 years with 43 P-64s and about two dozen Brno and CZ big game rifles, using these in wilderness work in northern and western Canada, I must disagree.

I usually agree with Ray and enjoy his posts immensely, but, my CZ-550 custom 9.3x62, with AHR 3-pos and trigger in one of the first Micky stocks they used and Recknagel irons IS a BETTER rifle than the iconic old 70.

Mine was all new parts built by a couple of the top smiths in BC and not very costly. Simply an outstanding working rifle and very close to "perfect".
 
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Wayne at AHR does excellent work. I own five of his rifles.
 
Posts: 1843 | Location: Colorado | Registered: 26 May 2010Reply With Quote
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I doubt considering the bolt shroud a 3 pos. is possible, other than if you got enough bucks these guys can do anything..Im sure it wont be cheap...Id trade my gun for a pre 64 Win. myself.


The bolt shroud gets replaced with a new one, among a few other items. I have have done a bunch of them when Ed Lapour offered them for sale. More varience among Brno/CZ actions and a bit more work to do than a Mauser.


Updated website, some nice guns for sale. Check it out. bertramandco.com
 
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