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Old 06-28-2019, 08:12 PM
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CZ 527 7.62X39 in LUX stock



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GMD1950 inspired me to try a Lux stock on my Ruski Carbine. It works great, I wish I had done it sooner!
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Old 06-28-2019, 10:02 PM
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That looks nice...good job

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Old 06-28-2019, 10:44 PM
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Thanks Signalman... stewing about it took longer than the very minor fitting involved.
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This result is not for me. But; I enjoy the posting. Thank you.
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Neat,

Resembles my scout in a Lux stock, but on steroids! You brought up another great thing about CZs. If you get a little bored with the way yours looks or want to go for a new look just change the different model stocks around. Thatís another excuse l could use for having so many.

Thanks for sharing!

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Old 06-29-2019, 05:37 PM
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Looks good, and looks like it'd be a fun rifle to shoot.
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I hope to take it to the club Tuesday morning, early! There aren't too many people there at that time, just a couple of retirees that I enjoy shooting and visiting with. I will post a report if the results are good, otherwise I will hide in the loading room.
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That looks good. I like it.

It appears that the Lux stock has a higher comb than the carbine stock, and thus may work better with an optic. Any information or opinion on that? I don't have a 527 Lux to compare to my carbine.

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Old 06-30-2019, 09:01 PM
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My carbine had a youth stock on it, bought it for a truck gun. It was hard for me to see through the scope partly because of the short length of pull. I have two of the 527 Lux, a 22 Hornet and 223. They are both very comfortable for me to aim and shoot. Some people don't like the European "hog back" buttstock, I do. I have three CZ fullstocks. My first CZ was, and still is, a 527FS 22 Hornet. If at all possible try to find one to try to see if it is for you. I can't wait for Tuesday morning!
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I took the little CZ 7.62X39 to the club this morning. It is much more comfortable to shoot, thank you Gerald! It is a 1 1/2 MOA rifle with Wolf 123 GR HP steel case loads. It did a little better with some old handloads. It isn't meant to be a target rifle, I am sure it will ring some steel gongs with gusto!
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Try Hornady 7.62x39... It shot a whole lot better than Russian ammo in my 527... Fiocchi shoots well too. Those are my two favorite commercial ammo choices in the CZ.
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Thanks Truckjohn, I will pick up some of each next time at the big box store. I was shooting some Wolf left over from the AK47/SKS days. I still have about 1,000 rounds. It is at least good enough for shooting the gongs.
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That's one of the nice things about CZ's 7.62x39, they handle steel cased ammo with no problem at all and shoot them well enough to be at least good for practice. The Hornady 123 SST's are great on Deer and quite accurate in my rifle.



If you come across some Sellier&Belliot 123 SP's they shoot pretty well too.



Mine is in an older style Lux stock



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The Hornady SST ammo is the best shooting factory ammo out of my Howa Mini in 7.62X39, but Hornady has discontinued it. I still have around 200 rounds of it I set aside for hunting. If you reload, I found that Sierra 125 gr. Pro Hunter bullets over 29 gr. of CFE BLK will shoot 1 MOA out of my rifle.
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