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Old 12-21-2013, 10:09 PM
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Old 12-22-2013, 12:16 AM
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This is my 9yo sons avg group with his scout and a leupold 2-7x32 scope at 50 yds. Ammo was federal auto match 40 grain rn. He is scary accurate for a kid with his beloved CZ IMHO but I'm just a proud dad here.
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Old 12-22-2013, 03:41 AM
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These groups are out of the park fellas, hats off! I'm a true CZ newbie, got my 452 Trainer out for a second time today, middle of an ice storm but otherwise good conditions. Once again I failed to bring targets (old age creeping up on me) so I hit the local Walmart which had nothing but big Shoot-N-Sees or target dots.

2 5-shot groups, scattered 5 were SK HVHP, rounds 1-5 from clean, 26-30 lifetime. Group was Aguila SE Sub 40 gr. RN, rounds 36-40, 61-65 lifetime. I kicked myself for not sticking another dot up instead of re-using the sighter.

Stock 452 Trainer with .010" sear shim, 14 in. lbs. torque, stock tangent sights, 25 yds. rested.

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I know I don't need better for squirrel gittin but man you guys make me wanna practice more!
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Old 12-22-2013, 10:02 AM
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These groups are out of the park fellas, hats off! I'm a true CZ newbie, got my 452 Trainer out for a second time today, middle of an ice storm but otherwise good conditions. Once again I failed to bring targets (old age creeping up on me) so I hit the local Walmart which had nothing but big Shoot-N-Sees or target dots.

2 5-shot groups, scattered 5 were SK HVHP, rounds 1-5 from clean, 26-30 lifetime. Group was Aguila SE Sub 40 gr. RN, rounds 36-40, 61-65 lifetime. I kicked myself for not sticking another dot up instead of re-using the sighter.

Stock 452 Trainer with .010" sear shim, 14 in. lbs. torque, stock tangent sights, 25 yds. rested.

Humble as it is:





I know I don't need better for squirrel gittin but man you guys make me wanna practice more!
I can sure relate.....when I drive down below the house to my 100 yard range in the woods there...it is a given that I am going to forget something and have to return to get it. The only question is what. Old age indeed.

Good shooting for the conditions......I would not be able to hit the proverbial barn in an ice storm.....
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Old 12-22-2013, 08:05 PM
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Here is on I shot today off my custom one piece rest using Eley Club at 50 yards. It was the best group of the day. I really don't think I can get this 452 Trainer to shoot any better and keep it a sporter rifle, which is under 8 lbs for our local matches. By using the one piece rest, I know the gun can do it as long as I do my part.


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Old 12-22-2013, 08:11 PM
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Here is one I shot at 100 yards today using the custom one piece rest and Eley Club. Again, this was the best group but most were just a bit larger than a quarter.


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Old 12-22-2013, 08:51 PM
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Here is my best ever, shot this Summer on my new CZ 45 LUX. I probably shot a box of 10 or 15 groups and I should have just quit when I got this one. 50 yards, 5 shots, Wolf MT. That is a nickel, not a dime.
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Old 12-22-2013, 09:20 PM
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The one time I put a borrowed scope on my UL to see if it was me or the gun.
I actually shot it off of a real BR at a gunsmith that had a range out back.
50 yards through a 3X9 , Orange square is one inch.
Factory out of the box trigger, barrel not floated, unknown torque.
I have not equalled this yet with open sights..
I didn't zero it and was shooting for group.
8 shots total , 5 CCI SV, 3 Eley club.

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And for a lot of folks...that is the most important kind of accuracy....

Mostly head shots I notice.
All but one were head shots. That one was shot broadside right through the middle. It moved on a step my partner took to spot for me. It was quite an impressive wound indeed.
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Old 12-23-2013, 04:41 PM
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OP said any caliber, so I'll share the best (so far) from my new 527 Carbine in 7.62x39, wearing a Leupold 2-7x33 scope. One hundred yards from the bench, bipod with rear bag using Herter's brass case 123 grain soft points (made by Sellier & Bellot), the bullets measured right at .311" with my digital calipers.



I had several more groups that hovered right around an inch Can't wait to get some reloading dies and find the right bullets for the barrel.
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Old 12-23-2013, 05:05 PM
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.311's are the correct diameter for the CZ 7.62 x 39, they're shooters as you can see, try the Hornady 123 SST load in the steel cases some time.humb:

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Probably won't get any "oooh's" and "aaah's" but

I set a goal of 20 rounds in 2" at 100 with a stock, including iron sights, CZ452 trainer.

This was off a bench, Rock FR and bags rear. Best of 10 groups of 20. Others were close to 2" not including 1-3 flyers per 20 rounds.



Don't shoot for groups much, nor on paper, nor off bench but had reasons to do it here. This was after 1,000 rounds to let the rifle settle down.

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Old 12-24-2013, 02:14 AM
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That will sure cure any rodent infestation George...
Short of using the Rodenator and blowing them up.
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Here is my best ever, shot this Summer on my new CZ 45 LUX. I probably shot a box of 10 or 15 groups and I should have just quit when I got this one. 50 yards, 5 shots, Wolf MT. That is a nickel, not a dime.
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Rather emphatic there, 9 Fingers. Excellent!

Yes, every time I do something like that, I foolishly think I will repeat the dose... Of course I usually never do, and leave the Range feeling less accomplished than I otherwise would have.
My new year's resolution is going to be 'quit while ahead!'
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Old 12-24-2013, 08:44 AM
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Here's one of the best from my 452 FS shot earlier this fall (October). It does this often enough that it's not a fluke.



This is the target for the 13 mm game in superstock bolt:



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