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CZ clay pigeon shoot. O/U vs. SxS

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by 12 Volt Man, Apr 2, 2006.

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  1. 12 Volt Man

    12 Volt Man Member

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    My buddy picked up a new CZ Ringneck 20 guage a few nights ago. We got a chance to try it out tonite. I took my 20 Guage Woodcock over to his place and we busted a few clays in his back pasture.

    I have been a 12 guage shooter my whole life and I am still working on being proficient with the 20 guage.

    Both guns are a joy to shoot. My friend went 8 for 8 right out of the box with his new gun.

    I can't really say that I like one over better than the other. They both have their fine points and now I may need too look seriously at getting a SxS.

    The Woodcock O/U comes with ejectors and the Ringneck comes with Extractors. Both have nice case hardening on the sides of the recievers.

    Those of you who are of the opinion that these are cheap guns, need to take a second look. They are very nice and affordable.

    We took a few pictures.

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  2. theCZ

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    Nice looking wood on that Sxs!
     
  3. 12 Volt Man

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    Yeah, most of the CZ double guns do have plain wood. Both of these ended up with some character in the wood.
     
  4. BozemanMT

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    I have a ringneck and I love it
    shoots great, points great and I've put a couple thousand rounds through it
    heck of a value I think.
     
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