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CZ Slavia 634

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by ejd2006, May 22, 2015.

  1. ejd2006

    ejd2006 Member

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    Saw one of these online and liked the look of it, but couldn't find any reviews etc. Anyone here got any experience of them please?
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  3. Ken T

    Ken T Member

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    In the USA we only have the option of plastic stocks on these.They are cheap looking but tend to be quite accurate.The scope mounting rails can be a problem.On my 634 the grooves that the mounts attach to are quite shallow.I had to try several mounts before I could find one that attached securely.The trigger is just OK and not really adjustable.I consider it to be worth buying.
  4. ratman60

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    hello, i have one of these, dont shoot it often but it is a well made springer and would tune up well not as chunky as say a hatsan,, look on woodfield air rifle web site, i find a decent one piece mount is best and maybe file the edges as can fit better on the short rail, mine has a 3x9x40 hawkw sport fitted. tinbum on here would do a tune kit, mine is for sale on free adds
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    Berwick upon Tweed
    I worked one up for a chap a while ago.

    I didn't like the trigger and the internals weren't well finished, yet it shot really nicely and fettled up beautifully, which is what counts if you're interested in shooting it well.

    Easy gun to get along with and shoulder.

    As an overall rifle I like them, and with a slightly better trigger they'd be blimmin brilliant.

    I found a 'pull through the shot' trigger technique worked very well, just as I'd use on an old Meteor or similar. Come on aim, keep it there and gently pull the trigger completely through its range of travel to send the shot. Easy method to use on any rifle with a simple trigger.

    I have heard others say their triggers were great so perhaps the one I played with was an early model and there has been a revision, or just badly pressed parts in that particular example.

    As I say, overall I really like them.

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