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    CZ 527 Under 1 MOA

    An amazing high quality .223 rifle with a Leupold scope and superb set trigger, 4 pounds / 12 ounce pull with zero creep. I only have to think of pulling the trigger and the bullet is on it's way. With good ammo I just can't miss.

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    I really like my CZ's too, but maybe share some detailed range results to quantify why it's so amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken1973 View Post
    I really like my CZ's too, but maybe share some detailed range results to quantify why it's so amazing.
    It's amazing because I just can't miss with the rifle, it has all the desirable features and a scaled down action to suit the cartridge, there is absolutely nothing not to like about it straight out of the box. It's just quality all round at a decent price.

    PS, I was shooting eggs at 200 yds last time I went to the range, piece of cake,
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    The 527 is one of those guns I've wanted for a long time but just cant ever quite justify buying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick Boon View Post
    An amazing high quality .223 rifle with a Leupold scope and superb set trigger, 4 pounds / 12 ounce pull with zero creep. I only have to think of pulling the trigger and the bullet is on it's way. With good ammo I just can't miss.

    Under 1 moa, with how many shots in the group? What distance? What ammo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    Under 1 moa, with how many shots in the group? What distance? What ammo?

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    I don't keep records as I have nothing to prove , I just know the rifle is good with the ammo brands I have used, I routinely get 1 inch or under 3 or 4 shot groups with cheap Norinco yellow box from my deck at 100 meters..... I shot 5 out of 5 eggs at 200 yards recently with Nosler Trophy grade 40gr. It's the most accurate rifle I have ever owned, I have never seen another that shoots better. I keep it in cotton wool.




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    I’m getting 2 in at 50yds. With wolf 762x39.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoBodyImportant View Post
    I’m getting 2 in at 50yds. With wolf 762x39.
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    Are you in the UK ?

    Get a scope !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick Boon View Post
    Are you in the UK ?

    Get a scope !
    Nope, good ol North Carolina. I actually bought this because I wanted a iron sight bolt gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoBodyImportant View Post
    Nope, good ol North Carolina. I actually bought this because I wanted a iron sight bolt gun.
    It's the old series LR that made me think UK.

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