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Here It is: CZ457 Build and range reports

Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by HoLeChit, Jan 26, 2021.

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    Whens the next ENS?! we need to get one going.
     
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    Went back out to the range. We’re starting to group better with the 22LR barrel at 50yds.
    This was with regular ol CCI standard velocity.
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    but my 17hm2 lothar walther barrel is throwing some weird strings. Zeroed at 50, went out to 100, couldn’t get things to cooperate, came back to 50, and my POI was all over the place and stringing out like seen in the middle of the target. Head space is very loose compared to the match 22 barrel/chamber. Any ideas?
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    VERY NICE! Something sexy about that gun!
     
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    Anarchy Outdoors bottom metal came in today. It’s sturdy, thicker than the original, and one rather than two pieces. Fits like OEM. I like it. The trigger guard isn’t as traditionally styled as the original, I’m on the fence about it. But it should perform!

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