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Rimfire CZ 452 Varmint .22LR Video Review

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by O_Blade_O, Sep 2, 2009.

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  1. O_Blade_O

    O_Blade_O Member

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    Hi all,
    something different this time :eek: the other day i got into some discussions, with friends etc about YouTube and such.
    I realized that i didn't know a clue about posting a video on the most famous video sharing site around the globe and said "heck, why not to try".

    I was just too embarassed about anything to post so i took my actress, my CZ452 and made an overall review about it.

    Ok i'll say first; this is the first time I:
    Do a video
    Try to speak about something in English
    Post it on YouTube


    So please be gentle :what::eek: and sorry for the funny voice

    Here's the link of the video:

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    This is a second try after bugging out some YouTube functions and whatnot. Was a very nice experience that taught me a thing or two. :) so i like to share.

    Hope you enjoy! sorry if i overlooked something in the video, I'd make this in my motherlanguage and i don't know why i'm more embarassed than doing it in English.
     
  2. skoro

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    Very well done, I'd say. The background music is a nice touch. And your English is very good. Like you, I have a CZ452 Varmint, but in 22 magnum. It's an excellent rifle.
     
  3. EAJ

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    Blade, very nice work on the video. Your accent reminds me of my grandparents. I have a CZ 453 Varmint in .22LR, which I like very much. Enjoy that 452. :)
     
  4. krs

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    Very nice although perhaps a little bit repetitive about the finish.

    Your English usage is great - clear and easily understood - no problems there at all.

    A movie needs girls - where are the girls?
     
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