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Info about BRNO m4 ?

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I would like to know if anyone has or knows about these rifles...

Is it worth taking a chance buying one sight unseen? I have heard they are shooters, have adjustable triggers, built in tuners, smooth actions.

Thinking about using it for the postal BR matches.

Any info would be appreciated!

Serial # is reputed to be thirty something....



-----or is it better to get one of the newer versions, say a varmint 452?
I would like to know if anyone has or knows about these rifles...

Is it worth taking a chance buying one sight unseen? I have heard they are shooters, have adjustable triggers, built in tuners, smooth actions.

Thinking about using it for the postal BR matches.

Any info would be appreciated!

Serial # is reputed to be thirty something....



-----or is it better to get one of the newer versions, say a varmint 452?
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I have a Model 4 that I bought new in the box-unfired about 5 years ago- it was made in 1958. It is a fine rifle and shoots right with my 52-Winchester Target rifle. The action is very smooth. The trigger is adjustable, but to get it very light a spring change may be necessary--not a big deal--it's easily done. I think the trigger is identical to the 452. I can't vouch for how a used one will shoot, but one of these rifles in new condition will shoot very well with proper ammo--and pretty darn good with regular ammo.
 
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