New squirrel rifle

hesse

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I also just picked a CZ for 457 UP beautiful guns amazing shooting. I would Mount the scope shoot it and see if you got to mess with it before I mess with it. I've got the switch barrel on mine I haven't tried the 17 HMR yet good luck with yours
 

Left Hand Dave

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Like hesse and Jon Bischof said shoot it first before you do anything to it. Like they say if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. I would add and don’t break it. Try a bunch of different ammo and see how she shoots.
I would also hunt with it and enjoy it. The gun safe seems to add more dings to guns then hunting if you are a little carful and aren’t mountain climbing or brush busting. Squirrel hunting is normally a little more sedate. Enjoy your new rifle.🙂
 

M1A1ABRAMS

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I also just picked a CZ for 457 UP beautiful guns amazing shooting. I would Mount the scope shoot it and see if you got to mess with it before I mess with it. I've got the switch barrel on mine I haven't tried the 17 HMR yet good luck with yours
I was looking at one of those. And curious to know how both barrels performed ? And how much of a pain it is switching the barrels ? I would think being a CZ it should be straight forward. And good shooters.
 

hesse

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Both barrels shoot lights out. The only thing is you're adjusting the scope between the two barrels my 17 was shooting an inch and a half higher which doesn't surprise me and an inch and a half right compared to what I had side of the 22 barrel on that that was at 50 yards
 

ZG47

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I have a few rim fires that just sit around because I don't want to scratch them up in the woods. Older but not that old. Such as a Rem 552 Speedmaster. Beautiful gun. I'm not sure it was ever fired. Is it smart to let them sit in the box ? To me, it sure isn't much fun. lol
It is your rifle. Do exactly what you want to do with it, so long as you are having fun in the process🙂. They are nice pieces of kit and as I recall, they shoot as well as they look.
 

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Great rifles for sure, probably the most accurate i own and darn good looking too 20221101_055835.jpg 20221101_055840.jpg
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