I have not done a box test. However, when I go .4 mil up, the bullets hit .5″ up at 200 still centered. Up to 500 yards, with the turret adjusted to the correct mil, the bullets are still horizontally centered. This is early morning before the wind and mirage arises.
I need advice on a red dot for my CZ 75 pistol. My local club has amateur 3 gun matches. I’m good with no correction for rifle and shotgun but need corrective help with the open sights on the handgun. I cannot go changing glasses mid match. Red dots work fine for me without prescription glasses. I don’t want the bulk and weight of a tube type…[Read more]
The 6.5 Creedmoor, 260Rem, and the 6.5×47 are all designed to be real close in performance to the 6.5×55 but in a short action. Tim built me a great 6.5×55 on a M98 Turk receiver. Kreiger barrel, Jard trigger, Farrell base + rings and all the rest of the stuff.
1700 rounds and still getting excellent accuracy. 147gr Hornady ELD M at 2800 fps.
I bought my first CZ in 2001 and still have it. A CZ 22 rifle. Ultra Lux Super BRNO with 28″ barrel. Then came the 75B SA, 40 Cal. in 2002. Then a second one in 2015. Then a SPO1 9mm upper with adj sights. Then a Kadet 22 upper. Two 40 uppers, 2 frames, one 9mm upper and a 22, all interchangeable with each other.
Not a Ransom Rest, but a solid bench rest. Tested at 50 ft. with SK Standard+. 20 shots. Only changes to gun are replacement of funky aluminum rings with lower, all steel rings and a shorter reach trigger. 2.25# pull weight.
The guy next to me at the range had a single shot 22lr he said dated back to the turn of the 19th/20th century. He told me it has been in his family and was originally owned by his Great Grandfather. The story was that at that time, instead of “darts” in the tavern, they would use these pistols for target competitions.
A flock of thirty (counted) wandered into my yard. They were everywhere including the roof. They went from house to house in the neighborhood looking for newly planted gardens. I had visions of shooting one with a 22 but being in the city limits would have been arrested.
The top of the receiver on the front ring has been knurled. A textured surface. The only marks on the receiver are the ones in the photo above. It looks like a human face with hat above an N. The left side of the front ring.
It does have a stock and sling. It’s definetly not a military stock. Has a pachmeyer pad and a cheek rest on the left side. The bore is .323″. Inletting has two “L” shaped metal inserts that bare against the recoil lug.
Does anyone have an idea where the receiver was made. See photo above.
From what I can discern, it still has the military barrel, turned down with a full length rib added. In faint numbers on the barrel near the receiver 7.92 otherwise known as 8mm. An 8mm dummy round fits and chambers. I think it should be checked for 8mm/06. I’ll drop an 8mm dummy into the chamber without the…[Read more]