Salesmen who work at Scheel's in Billings and personally own Cooper, Kimber, CZ and whatever else you can think of, say their CZ rifles shoot as well as anything and do it for less money.
Now that the Euro is in trouble, CZ should be even better value for money, and they disappear off the racks at Scheel's rather quickly. The racks seem to be empty of CZ centerfires for a good deal of the time between shipments the past couple of years.
All my CZ centerfires shoot 1/2" or less at 100 yards in box stock condition. I haven't even bothered to adjust the adjustable triggers. Zero mechanical issues out of 5 CZ firearms, one of them owned for 18 years. My accuracy is equal to the claims of Nosler with their best custom rifles
. CZ rifles come with a factory test target, and mine always shoot twice as good as the test target with good handloads.
I have a hard time buying a new rifle that does NOT come with a factory test target, as long as I can get a CZ that does....and usually at a lower cost than the other rifle I would consider.