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Old 11-12-2019, 10:48 PM
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sorry Don Macenzie and I were reading together...school work first then play time. it was also upside down had to fix it before.

here is the whole target guys:


again Wow what a great shooter Don is.

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Old 11-12-2019, 11:14 PM
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Thanks Signalman, There are only the two square targets fired from my CZ 452 American .22 LR, The two targets are laying on a target I shot with my 1710 HB Anschutz, not to be confused. Sorry for the confusion.
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Old 11-13-2019, 02:41 AM
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Old 11-13-2019, 06:21 AM
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Thats impressive accuracy from a 452 American and impressive skill by the shooter very well done.
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Old 11-13-2019, 01:16 PM
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Amazing accuracy
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Old 11-13-2019, 01:29 PM
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Very nice indeed, Don! Years ago I had a 452 and a 453 American and both shot very well. I don't know why I sold or traded them, but about two years ago I bought another 452 American from another RFCer and it too shoots very well. I won't be letting this one go. And it looks like you should hang onto that one.

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What BR equipment did you use? Nice mechanical shooting, if the case, or off sand bags? Drizzling Rain too.
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Wow, nice shooting !!
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What BR equipment did you use? Nice mechanical shooting, if the case, or off sand bags? Drizzling Rain too.
No BR equipment, I pillar bedded this rifle, did a yo'dave trigger job, outfitted it with a 6X18 Leupold scope mounted in Talley rings, shot off a Harris 9-13" Bipod with a Protector bunny ear hard bottom rear bag. I was using Lapua center X ammo, shot in a drizzling rain with near zero wind. Perfect conditions in my opinion.
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Old 11-13-2019, 08:55 PM
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Very nice indeed, Don! Years ago I had a 452 and a 453 American and both shot very well. I don't know why I sold or traded them, but about two years ago I bought another 452 American from another RFCer and it too shoots very well. I won't be letting this one go. And it looks like you should hang onto that one.

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Doug, This has been a very accurate CZ 452 from day one, on its first day two groups were sub .250, none approached .500 shooting SK standard + ammo, a wonderful lot# that I eventually shot 4 cases of, in a mixture of rifles, I wish I had 10 more cases of it. I recently sold a beautiful Grande Finale that shot remarkably well but this one someone else can own after I take that long rest, but not before!
Sometime post a Photo of that beautiful Canyon Creek 452 FS, I drool just thinking of it. I appreciate your comments.

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Hello from Australia.
Bought one about a month ago , shoots Remington subsonics into a tight group , very happy with the rifle , great for getting rid of the rabbits !
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Doug, This has been a very accurate CZ 452 from day one, on its first day two groups were sub .250, none approached .500 shooting SK standard + ammo, a wonderful lot# that I eventually shot 4 cases of, in a mixture of rifles, I wish I had 10 more cases of it. I recently sold a beautiful Grande Finale that shot remarkably well but this one someone else can own after I take that long rest, but not before!
Sometime post a Photo of that beautiful Canyon Creek 452 FS, I drool just thinking of it. I appreciate your comments.

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You mean this old thing, Don? I never tire of looking at it -- or shooting it.

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You mean this old thing, Don? I never tire of looking at it -- or shooting it.

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That's the one! I love that rifle, the wood "speaks to me" It is a masterpiece, every piece compliments the other. Grey squirrels would line up to get to be shot with that rifle. I'm going to steal the photo and make it my screen saver!

Thanks for posting it again, it grabs me!

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