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Posted: 7/28/2003 6:40:11 AM EDT
I saw a test target at the SHOT Show that's supposed to be shipped with the uppers, I think the group was about 1.5" at 50m. Has anyone been testing the accuracy of these uppers with differnt brands of ammo? My rimfire rifle accuracy expectation is 3/4" at 50yds, I would like an upper capable of same. Thanks for any input.
Link Posted: 7/28/2003 4:03:12 PM EDT
CZ makes a .22Lr upper, who is carring these?
Link Posted: 7/28/2003 4:39:29 PM EDT
V22 AR-15 complete 22LR dedicated upper. Includes 22LR barrel and bolt. Drop in easy installation. 16.5 inch bbl. Flat-top upper receiver with weaver rail on receiver and front sight block. New in box, made by CZ Strakonice. No FFL needed. Item Number: 7-1238 [url]http://catalog.jgsales.com/itemdetail.php?itemnumber=7-1238[/url] I got mine here. It is a well put together piece.
Link Posted: 7/29/2003 3:02:04 AM EDT
I saw a test target at the SHOT Show that's supposed to be shipped with the uppers, I think the group was about 1.5" at 50m.
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That's terrible for a dedicated upper! That's 3MOA and the drop in Ceiner kit is supposed to do about 4MOA. If that's representative accuracy, I'm glad I went with something else... You might want to look at [url]www.kuehlprecision.com[/url] or [url]http://www.kurtskustomfirearms.citymax.com/page/page/8932.htm[/url] if you want better precision. It will cost more. I went with a Kuehl barrel and just shot a 1.5MOA group at 25yds during my initial sight in using Remington high velocity ammo. I know that's not outstanding, but I consider myself to be a terrble shot.
Link Posted: 7/29/2003 3:43:09 AM EDT
Hey QCMGR, you didn't mention how yours performed. Have you had a chance to wring it out yet? Do they shoot better when broken in? Everyone raves about how good factory CZ rifles shoot, especially the rimfires. At the SHOT Show the rep mentioned the factory was changing the cocking handle from the side of the bolt to the rear like an AR, which does yours have? Thanks.
Link Posted: 7/29/2003 4:12:30 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Monkey-man: Hey QCMGR, you didn't mention how yours performed. Have you had a chance to wring it out yet? Do they shoot better when broken in? Everyone raves about how good factory CZ rifles shoot, especially the rimfires. At the SHOT Show the rep mentioned the factory was changing the cocking handle from the side of the bolt to the rear like an AR, which does yours have? Thanks.
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It shoots real well. It is a side cocker, (a feature I like). I have not had a chance to wring it out but so far it is 100% reliable.
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