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Old 12-18-2013, 08:02 PM
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Ok. I like pictures. Lets see your "Best Group" from any model CZ Rifle in any caliber. Post the pic, the model and caliber of the rifle and the yardage. Lets see um!

CZ 452 22lr at 50 yards.

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Old 12-18-2013, 08:14 PM
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Oh boy vblavkwell. That looks to be about .5". Think you stepped off into the deep stuff on this one. Some of these boys are about to show you some that are half that and then some. If I could figure out how to I would post one pretty decent IMHO. Y'all will just have to trust me on this. My best was from a 452 American I shot a 5 shot group @ 50 yds of .25" with Winchester sshp and sk jagd sshp.
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Old 12-18-2013, 08:23 PM
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Oh boy vblavkwell. That looks to be about .5". Think you stepped off into the deep stuff on this one. Some of these boys are about to show you some that are half that and then some. If I could figure out how to I would post one pretty decent IMHO. Y'all will just have to trust me on this. My best was from a 452 American I shot a 5 shot group @ 50 yds of .25" with Winchester sshp and sk jagd sshp.
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LOL. I knew we would see some good groups! But mine measured .329 just after I bedded it. I'm still playing with it. All of the groups are looking great so far. Keep um coming!
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Old 12-18-2013, 09:02 PM
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Pretty sure this is the best group I've ever shot period. 452 American 17hm2 with eley ammo. Normal groups are 3/8"-1/2" at 50 but everyone gets lucky here and there

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Old 12-18-2013, 09:39 PM
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Old 12-18-2013, 08:14 PM
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Just one group? Ok, I'll play...

Testing a trainer with what torque it liked best on the front screw. Target #9 with RWS SS HP at 50 yards:


This is from my FS when I first got it. Cleaned the barrel and shot the thing. Popped the first target pretty badly with one shot...that was me. Last group looked pretty good.


100 yards, CZ American HM2. Got it on paper, shot a sighter, moved the scope and shot 5. Didn't shoot it at paper after that...Didn't feel the need to...it was a hunting rifle.


Don't have any with my Lux. But it's pretty accurate. Do have one from a Brno m4 I once owned. Only shot it a few times, but here's one target. But this was with peeps at 50 yards...no scopes allowed on these babies...


Not the best I'm sure, but gives a pretty good idea of how accurate these things can be. If I was better, the targets would be too. But I like how they shoot.

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CZ455, stock barrel, stock trigger, pillar bedded Stith stock, scoped... Shooting SK Standard at 50 yards.
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I hit this nickel twice...


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I don't shoot too much at paper, but here is one of mine.
This is a small shoot and see target.
Shot from a bipod with a Hawke 8.5-25x42 half mil tactical scope. I don't remember what setting it was on.

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Old 12-21-2013, 08:32 PM
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527V 4.5-14 LRT 223 Rem
LC Brass 69 SMK 25 grs Varget

5 shots 100 yards




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Old 12-21-2013, 09:31 PM
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Goo shooting Big. What's the measurement on that top group? Looks like the bottom group is comparable to my 17 hornet 5 shot group of .5". You just ha to show me up bro LOL.
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Old 12-21-2013, 09:56 PM
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Goo shooting Big. What's the measurement on that top group? Looks like the bottom group is comparable to my 17 hornet 5 shot group of .5". You just ha to show me up bro LOL.
Eddie
I didnt measure them but the red is 1 inch,,top one is high .2 to low .3 and bottom was high .4 to low .5

I was actually just checking zero after a range trip that included 45 MOA of elevation and almost 10 MOA of wind,,set the M1 knobs back to zero and shot those targets back to back with over 100 rounds since it was cleaned,,

rifle in its normal settings

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Old 12-21-2013, 10:03 PM
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Good deal bro. I was feeling pretty good about my groups til I caught a gander of that top group Of yours. That one is pretty astounding IMHO. Anything that shoots a 5 shot group half Moa or less has earned a spot in the safe to me. By the way I wish my 527 didn't have the sst,I am just kidding as I love the thing, because now I want all my 452's to have the sst too.
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Old 12-21-2013, 10:09 PM
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those are average lookin groups for that rifle,,it will hold less than 2 inches at 300 pretty easy and steel targets can be hit farther than a 223 has the right,,
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