A Little Post About The CZ452, Iron Sights and Just Plain Having Fun


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cslinger
April 21, 2007, 03:32 PM
With all the death and destruction as of late, along with all the political fallout that comes with it I figured we could use a little thread about the FUN of shooting.

So I went to the range today to sight in my SIG 556 with the Aimpoint and generally run some rounds through it at close range. I also brought alone my CZ 452FS which I recently decided to remove the scope and just use it with irons.

Let me tell you those irons on the 452 are damn good sights and I had so much fun just plinking away. It was just so simple, .22 long rifle, bolt action, simple robust iron sights and a beautiful day. I cannot tell you how much fun it was today. It just scratched an itch so to speak. I rarely don't have a good time shooting but some trips out achieve that zen like moment, and this was one of them.

Transitioning from the SIG 556 with Aimpoint, tac-light, rails and all kinds of gee whiz tech to the Mannlicher stocked CZ was like moving from a futuristic laser gun to a sharps rifle. It really made for a great day at the range.

Just thought I would interject a little light hearted post about shooting. Go out and put a few rounds down range for fun. Show the world that the result s of using a gun can be sheer joy or absolute agony but those results come from the use or misuse of the shooter, just like every other tool ever made.

Take care, shoot safe and say a small prayer for all those effected by the VT shootings.

Chris

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Cosmoline
April 21, 2007, 05:13 PM
My beat up old 452 ZKM is my favorite plinker, by far. Who needs a scope?

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