CZ 455 22 mag Feddersen barrel

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  1. shooter65

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    CZ 455 sporter with a Feddersen barrel, Nikon Buckmasters 4-12, Leupold rings, stock pack, limb saver slip on recoil to increase LOP, pillars in stock, re worked bolt and trigger. Indoor range ,25 yards for a zero. Hornady 33 gr V Max and CCI Maxi Mag 40 gr.


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  2. cmillard

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    Looks great
     
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    Thanks. Need to shoot at longer ranges this weekend. So far very impressed with this setup.
     
  4. cmillard

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    Judging by the crown, looks to be nice and square. Has the “Star” that is consistent with good shooting revolver barrels and cast bullets.
     
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    I would have to agree with you on the crown
     
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    10@100 30 gr V max 82 degrees

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  7. cmillard

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    Are any other loads getting vertical like that? Looks good nevertheless
     
  8. shooter65

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    Only other ammo I shot was the Federal 50s. They grouped equally as well but about 4" lower.
     
  9. cmillard

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    Got ya
     
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    How was installation of the barrel? Did you need to shim it or check headspace? I'm considering one of his sporter barrels in straight 22lr
     
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    Nothing to it. Remove old barrel install new one. Tighten set screws. No shims needed.

    You will be very happy with the barrel.
     
  12. TheOtherZilla

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    Is that the Varmint barrell? Or the Sporter? Do they make em in 17 HMR?
     
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  14. TheOtherZilla

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    I saw that but it doesn't say which caliber..
     
  15. shooter65

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    .22 lr and .22 mag.only.

    No .17 hmr
     
  16. TheOtherZilla

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    Thanx. I may buy one ..
     
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    Still can't tell which barrels are 22 LR and 22 Mag.
     
  18. shooter65

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    The ones that say magnum are 22 mags and the other ones are 22lr.



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  19. TheOtherZilla

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    $180 sounded like a deal. $220 not so much
     

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