This is a discussion on CZ 22lr within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I recently bought a CZ scout in 22lr. Yesterday I was at the range sighting in at 25 yds from the bench. This thing is ...
I recently bought a CZ scout in 22lr. Yesterday I was at the range sighting in at 25 yds from the bench. This thing is pin point accurate and it hits exacly where the crosshairs are. So after sighting in I was having fun plinking when a big black housefly landed on my target. He stopped moving and I was able to get the crosshairs on him and was just starting a trigger squeeze......when he flew away. I was so mad because I just KNEW I had him. How cool would it be to say I shot a housefly at 25yds? Oh well, I still love the gun.
If you are in the makrket for a .22lr rifle I strongly suggest a CZ. Many of the guys I competition shoot with use these instead of much higher priced guns. Every CZ I've ever shot has been dead nuts accurate.
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I bought a CZ 452 Lux last year, and I second the motion. Beautiful, smooth shooting gun with a fantastic trigger. CZ knows how to make some sweet long guns. (And the pistols ain't bad, either!)
I've used it with the iron sights out to 50yds; I added a scope and need to get a chance to play around at 100--200yds. Maybe this weekend...
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