Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by marklbucla, Jul 21, 2010.
manner. My intuition tells me CZ though.
Shooting both from a rest with a variety of ammo. My CZ 453 Varmint will out shoot my Model 60SS by a fair amount to a bunch depending on the ammo.
Not really fair but the cz will win hands down. I have shot both and the cz is so accurate that it almost takes the fun out of it
That & the fact that the Marlin will shoot minute of squirrel out of the box is why I've got a 60 on layaway ($35 left on payday!)
Same here, but given the cost of a Mod 60 vs. CZ 452 or 453, it's darn accurate.
for its class. A bone-stock .22LR semiauto with an entry-level pricetag that shoots that well is a rare thing. But a bolt-action for several times the price sure BETTER shoot tighter groups.
For one thing, the 60 requires HV ammo. No serious .22LR accuracy shooter uses HV ammo.
In a bolt action, you can use very high-end standard velocity target ammo that will shoot one-hole groups at 50 yards, all day long, in the right rifle. So unless the CZs were complete junk and a ripoff (and they are neither!) they'd shoot better than a semiauto like a 60.
That said, I really like my 60. It's well worth the $150 it costs!
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