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Old 12-23-2020, 04:58 AM
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CZ 457 AT-0NE 16.5"



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Anyone shooting the 457 AT-ONE with 16.5" barrel ? Curious about the average accuracy your getting.
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Old 12-23-2020, 04:10 PM
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Just found one. So far, with 'match' grade ammo getting about 1 MOA.
Was able to hit all KYL targets, including 1/4", at 75 yards with CenterX, first outing! Nothing has quite matched the older 452, this one might.
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Old 12-23-2020, 06:40 PM
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Just found one. So far, with 'match' grade ammo getting about 1 MOA.
Was able to hit all KYL targets, including 1/4", at 75 yards with CenterX, first outing! Nothing has quite matched the older 452, this one might.

Thanks for that......good shooting
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Old 12-23-2020, 09:19 PM
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Average about 1/2 moa at 50, shot my first perfect green monster with mid grade natch ammo,at 25 yards
Circles are 1” at 50 with several mid to low grade ammo’s

PJ
Oh And FYI, besides adding a trigger spring and a lot of weight it’s basically stock.
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Old 12-24-2020, 02:00 AM
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Duck, Duck, Duck, Duck... those targets on the bench are just Ducky...
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Old 12-24-2020, 03:33 AM
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Average about 1/2 moa at 50, shot my first perfect green monster with mid grade natch ammo,at 25 yards
Circles are 1Ē at 50 with several mid to low grade ammoís

PJ
Oh And FYI, besides adding a trigger spring and a lot of weight itís basically stock.
Excellent shooting, nothing wrong with how that one shoots.
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Old 12-24-2020, 10:18 AM
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Duck, Duck, Duck, Duck... those targets on the bench are just Ducky...
RC, yes sir ducks everywhere,, thatís this months Fun Shoot target on here,,
Lot of fun,
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Old 01-07-2021, 02:36 PM
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I picked up a 457 At One with the 16.5" a couple weeks before Christmas and mounted an Athelon 8-34X50 on it.

Here's my first 80 shots out of it after cleaning the bore. It shows some promise with the Eley, but I've got a Savage MKII with a tapered barrel that outshoots that with Aguila HV and Mini Mags, so I hope the groups tighten up some as the barrel breaks in. After I get a couple hundred more rounds through it I'll run some more Eley and SK through it. To be fair it was a little gusty the day I shot.







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A good friend of mine has a 457 AT-One with 16Ē bbl. I gave him a Nikon 6-18 scope for it. Shoots little bitty bug holes with CCI SV.

Kinda makes me a little jealous, actually. I have rifles that Iíve dumped a bunch of money into, and I shoot higher-end ammo, and his stock 457 shoots just as good.
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My question is this....I need more info on that brown spacer I am seeing at the end of the stock.
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My question is this....I need more info on that brown spacer I am seeing at the end of the stock.
Nothing to fancy, just a piece of walnut , some time on the power sander and drilled a couple holes to fill the gap,, add some Tung oil to finish it off,, it does stabilize the little bit of wobble they tend to have in them.. and adds some weight,, making it a little more stable on the rest..
Same thing on the cheek rest, but that was considerably more complicated,
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Old 01-10-2021, 10:37 AM
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Nothing to fancy, just a piece of walnut , some time on the power sander and drilled a couple holes to fill the gap,, add some Tung oil to finish it off,, it does stabilize the little bit of wobble they tend to have in them.. and adds some weight,, making it a little more stable on the rest..
Same thing on the cheek rest, but that was considerably more complicated,
John
I personally think the AT-1 stock looks lurid, but those walnut accents makes it look very commendable

Very tasteful, indeed, sir!
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Old 01-10-2021, 12:58 PM
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I personally think the AT-1 stock looks lurid, but those walnut accents makes it look very commendable

Very tasteful, indeed, sir!
Thank you sir,,
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Last fall I shot twelve five-shot groups at fifty yards using SK Standard Plus ammo. I threw away the biggest group, and then my average dispersion was 0.49Ē - sub-MOA!
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Well, I tried my woodworking skills at reproducing that spacer. Things I learned along the way.

1.) Drill the holes for the thread rod and smooth rods before you cut the piece. Two failed attempts for me using a hand drill. Success entails using a drill press to drill the holes for the rods in an over sized block of wood. Precise measurements do help for the hole spacing!

2.) Use a table saw to get the long sides cut (the width) and height (top radius point and bottom) on your rough cut piece. You will use a belt sander for the remainder of the work. I used a table top belt sander.

3.) Take your time with the sander when doing the upper radius. Test fit repeatedly. Oh make sure your table top sander is perpendicular to the sanding belt.

4.) The critical cut is the actual depth of space you are trying to achieve. The reason I need this spacer was (as mentioned in the prior posts) to stabilize the butt plate when extended at its outer most position. Now you want this spacer to allow the button lock to just grab the thread of the main rod so the push button plate is flush with the stock but also applying pressure on the threaded rod toward the stock. This took me three attempts to get it just right (depth cuts) so make your initial piece longer than needed then cut it down from there. Here is my finished work. I have not stained it yet, just a raw piece of mahogany.


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