Finally got a free day, with good weather, to get to the range with the CM762 for the first time.
Some minor mods from how I received it new - I replaced the stock & grip with BCM stuff and put a Vortex PST Gen 2 1-6x24 in ADM mount on top of it. Trigger is stock Colt, kind of gritty but not overly heavy - basically ok for a milspec trigger.
Magazines - I brought 2 x PMAG20LRs, 1 x PMAG25LR, and 2 D&H 20-rounders.
Ammunition - only PPU M80 145gr FMJs, my basic plinking / training round for short range 308 shooting. I loaded 100rds into the mags at home and shot it all (short loaded one of the PMAG20s to 15rds, to top off the PMAG25).
Function - 100% with all magazines. Every round functioned the weapon fully and it locked back on all magazines when empty.
Accuracy - I wasn't pressing for accuracy this trip, with this ammo. Just working basic FAM fire and rough zero from the bench. Started on paper at 50yards, grouped 5 rounds an inch low of POA, then moved to steel ISPC silhouette at 100 yards and solidified a100 yard zero with a minor adjustment. I would guesstimate about 2-ish MOA with the ammo, scope, and trigger. No random or noticeable fliers at 100, then I moved to 200 & 300 yard silhouettes and a 8 inch circle at 300.
Keeping in on the silhouettes was easy at all ranges, and after nailing down the 300 yard hold, dinging the 8 inch circle wasn't overly hard, but the trigger grit became more noticeable while trying to get consistent hits on it.
Overall impressions on the Colt CM762 is for the price I got it ($1375), it was a STEAL. I really want some more time at the range with it and would like to put a better 2-stage trigger in it along with some better ammo to test it's accuracy.