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Old 04-14-2010, 12:08 PM
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I was just reading the its really quite in here posts and thought maybe I will give us something to talk about. I have seen comments on the new cm-2's from MTM and comments on the old cm-2's from cdnn (which I have one). I've had mine for almost a year and have yet had time or the inclination to shoot yet. I did take the time to refinish the stock and I posted pics some time ago.

anyways I've heard that there are some differenced between the new and old cm-2's. Who can inform me as to what those differences are? is one better than the other generally speaking?

Just wanted to give us cm-2 guys something to talk about?
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Old 05-04-2010, 01:29 AM
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Wow over 100 views and not 1 reply. is there no difference?
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Old 05-04-2010, 03:41 AM
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CalixtO We old ones

We have some old Cm-2's from CDNN maybe CAI and we shoot the bejabbers out of um they will give most any other rifle a run for the money except maybe 64 and 54 Annies and custom rifles. Even the CZ's are hard beat to best them. But no one in our group has any new CM-2s maybe that is what the problem is folks have one or all of the same new or old but not both. STBE
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Difference Between Contemporary CM2s and Vintage CM2s

These threads may have some interesting information.
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We have some old Cm-2's from CDNN maybe CAI and we shoot the bejabbers out of um they will give most any other rifle a run for the money except maybe 64 and 54 Annies and custom rifles. Even the CZ's are hard beat to best them. But no one in our group has any new CM-2s maybe that is what the problem is folks have one or all of the same new or old but not both. STBE
i have both one new a usa shooting team cm2 cadet, and a vostok cm2,
i like each for their own reasons, the newer one in the cadet model is
accurate and lighter than the full size one, the vostok when new was
probably very accurate, it still has an edge over the newer one plus the
trigger on the old one is adjustable to a lighter pull than the newer one.
i also have a ural 2 and to be truthful i like it best, though the action on
the older cm2 is alot smoother.
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thanks you much for the information everyone
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The top photo is 3 five shot groups at 50 yds and the bttom photo is a 10 shot 100 yd group and a 5 shot 50 meter group all shot from prone with a new version of the CM-2 and the only thing not standard on the rifle was a plastic insert in the front globe. I was shooting SK Match. I can't speak for the older models but you can assume from these targets that I'm rather happy with my "entry level" target rifle.

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and you should be, nice shooting.
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What ammo?
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I was shooting SK Match.
http://www.lapua-gmbh.de/naviEN.html

Thats great shooting for an junkie Russian rifle Charlotte....LOL
Old or new the CM-2's are shooter's

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