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New (to me) CZ 527 in .223 flavour

Discussion in 'Firearms Certificate (FAC) Guns' started by 177, May 26, 2014.

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    I'm on crutches at the moment after an accident, and I have been this last two and a half weeks.

    It's wearing pretty blimmin thin...

    :(

    In a fit of pique, having been housebound for far too long, and after the purchase of a Browning A-Bolt in .223 went that strange shape of pear, I marched out today and attempted to cheer myself up with a bit of retail therapy.

    CZ 527 in .223, bipod, gunslip, 68 rounds of ammo, mounts, Edgar Brothers Opti-Mate 10x42 sniper scope:

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    The gun is as clean as a clean thing with only a few superficial marks on the surface of the stock finish. There looks to be some interesting tiger stripe patterns going on in the grain of the stock so a winter project may well be to strip woodwork and give it a good oiled finish.

    The jury is out on the scope - it's not my first choice but I may leave it on there for a few weeks to see whether I take to it, or not, as the case may be.

    Optically it seems very bright and pin sharp, but it's just not my thing and doesn't really blow my skirt up.

    Either way, it's a capable rig as it stands and it has certainly served purpose because now I feel noticeably less p****d off than when I went out earlier today :D

    That could be the tramadol kicking in mind...

    :rolleyes:

    The gun's previous keeper had put precisely 32 rounds through it since he bought it :)

    Until I find my feet again with the cannons I don't want to sink fortunes into it all. I spent a bit on the little .22 rimfire rig and bought the whole lot new - that's the one I will be using the most and, if what I do with air rifles is anything to go by, I expect to put thousands of rounds through it...

    The .270 will seldom be used and this .223 will also see limited use (famous last words).

    That only leaves FAC air and the more I think about that the less inclined I am to go for it.

    Ho hum...
     

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