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CETME Trigger Job?

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by TooTaxed, Dec 16, 2006.

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  1. TooTaxed

    TooTaxed Member

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    I have a CETME with a VERY heavy, creepy trigger pull. Does anyone know of a gunsmith who specializes in these? I'm in Columbus, GA, and it would be nice to mail just the trigger assy to someone rather than that very heavy rifle...:rolleyes:
     
  2. s&w 24

    s&w 24 Member

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    for my CETME I just stripped the trigger group and polished the bearing surfaces and globbed on some grease in the right places and it was good enough for the girls I run with!

    If you don't feel up to doing the work yourself there are a few people on the cetmerifles forum that can do a great job for you and it's at a fair price too also there is a williams trigger specialtys guy in SGN in the gunsmithing section. He lists AR's and HK's but thats not all they do.
     
  3. Father Knows Best

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    I highly recommend Bill Springfield. He does excellent work on CETME and G3 triggers. He did my PTR-91, and I love it. His work is reasonably priced, and turnaround is FAST! You can read all about his work at cetmerifles.com, or just email him at wspringfield@adelphia.net .
     
  4. elric

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    I'll 2nd Bill Springfield ... he did a real nice job on my Cetme's trigger, and very quick service.
     
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