Author Topic: Just got my CZ 455 Tacticool Varmint and didnt know what to expect but WoW  (Read 865 times)

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Offline the-cowboy

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A couple of weeks ago I ordered my CZ 455 tacticool varmint and this week she finally arrived. I cleaned the barrel to get out any residual cosmiline then I installed the 25 moa D.I.P. base, added my SWFA ss-tac rings and mounted my 10 x 42 SWFA super sniper scope. I then put up a little target at 25 yds put the rifle on a table and bore sighted it. I then shot a 5 round group (low and and left) made a slight scope adjustments and shot another 5 (just a little high ). Even though my Yo Dave trigger kit hasn't arrived as of yet and I wasn't shooting Wolf MT ammo (was using Federal Premium target gold medal). I must admit I am pretty pleased with how this is starting off.
Can anyone tell me the proper way to measure a 5 shot group ?

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Offline EddieE

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Congrats. I have had my gun for what seems like ever, but haven't been able to get it out and shooting yet.


Offline rl96ss

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Nice groups ! I have the exact same setup as you, enjoy.

Offline the-cowboy

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Thanks
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Offline Jedman7

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Wow, those are great groups at 25 yards!  I'd be curious to see how they look at 50 yards.
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Offline SailDesign

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Mine's not a Tacticool, just a reg'lah Varmint, but with a bipod-and-shoulder this past weekend I surprised myself.  Target shown is 5 shots - honest!    25 yards, windless, Eley Target ammo. 

Yes - there were other targets shot that day that were not this good (only 1.25 MOA) but this one was worth it. :)

CZ does make a nice accurate rifle.  No mods beyond attaching a scope (3-9x) and bipod.

 

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