Best Group: CZ 457 American .22 LR

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Re: Best Group: CZ 457 American .22 LR

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ShootingStar wrote: Mon Dec 16, 2019 6:47 am
DavidABQ » Sat Dec 14, 2019 5:40 pm
Wow! That is a very nice group! My Anschutz 1712 at 100 meters prints a group that would make a shotgun proud.

You need to do some ammo testing. A 1712 should be capable of sub minute groups. Check different ammo and ano different torque settings on your action. Also see of there is any interference between your barrel and stock.
DavidABQ - Nah, you don't need to do all that! Just send the rifle to me and I'll get it shooting right for you. . .someday.
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Re: Best Group: CZ 457 American .22 LR

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Jerry,

I actually bought a fait amount of different ammo from Cathy back in the spring to test out. I never did think to try different torque settings.

Maybe I will just live with what I have. Trying different torque settings sounds like a lot of work.

The problem is most likely me anyway and not the rifle.
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