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CZ double Barrels

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Doug Brown, Oct 11, 2007.

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  1. Doug Brown

    Doug Brown Well-Known Member

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    Am thinking about buying a CZ Ringneck 28ga.- anyone have any experience/s, either good or bad? Thanks
     
  2. famill00

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    I have been tossing around the idea of the same gun.

    Forrest
     
  3. DTrykow

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    Hi guys:
    I have a 99% grading Ringneck 28 ga. for sale $900.00 firm. My friend shot it maybe 20 times. Dave T. I just sold a Bobwhite 28 ga for him.
     
  4. DTrykow

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    Hi guys:
    I have a 99% grading Ringneck 28 ga. for sale $900.00 plus shipping. My friend shot it maybe 20 times. Dave T. I just sold a Bobwhite 28 ga for him.
     
  5. incognito

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    So Dave, both those guns are exactly alike?
     
  6. Beretta687EELL

    Beretta687EELL Well-Known Member

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    A friend of mine has a CZ 28 gauge O/U (I'm not sure what model) and really likes it. He has shot a lot of pheasants with it. He would buy another one. Bill Malcolm
     
  7. itsnotyou

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    Own one that the wife was shooting trap and sporting clays with untill she went to a 12 gauge gun.

    Been a good gun with no problems, at least 3000 rounds through it.

    Jack
     
  8. DTrykow

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    Hi Incognito: No it's actually one gun but I hit the submit button twice. Thought I could catch it but didn't.
    Dave T.
     
  9. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    CZ-USA is based here in the KC metro.

    The guns are actually made by Huglu in Turkey.

    They are not bad guns. They "can" have heavy triggers, and the older ones had a reputation for breaking firing pins, but I haven't heard that lately, so they must have solved that problem.

    They do a nice job supporting the shooting sports too.
     
  10. Dave P

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    My CZ .22 will connect the holes with a scope at 50-75 yds. Dave P
     
  11. Rem870TB

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    "My CZ .22 will connect the holes with a scope at 50-75 yds."

    CZ rifles are made in the original CZ factory in the Czech Republic; the shotguns are made in Turkey (to meet an "ecconomical" price point) and marked "CZ". IMHO, there is a big difference and the shotguns marked "CZ" cannot be compared to a CZ rifle.

    My CZ ZKK600 .30-06 will shoot three shot, MOA with factory ammunition, my 35 year old CZ ZKM 452 LUX .22RF will conistantly hit empty 12g shell from a rest at 100 yards on a calm day. I would buy another CZ Czech manufactured rifle in an instant, if I needed another rife; I would not buy a "CZ" shotgun for my own use.
     
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