BigRed56: Thanks for your video. Seems like something that is always mentioned is that 22 mag semi rifles do not usually do well - And as a gun expert you ought to briefly explain the reasons. As far as I know - Ruger was the only one who tried and everyone seems to be referring to that platform. Unfortunately a lot of the manufacturers like CZ, Ruger, Marlin, Volquartsen, Remington, Magnum Research and others - do not make a left hand eject with a left hand safety. Savage has the F(L) 64 in left hand semi 22LR. So whoever takes note of this anomaly an produces a left hand eject 22 Mag will join the ranks of company of Browning who makes left hand semi rifles (limited to center fire rifles) and does so each year; and they never complain about the Left hnd segment of their firearms industry. Kindly keep in mind that it was discovered by an archery shop in Ontario, Canada who discovered that 40% of their customers are left eye dominant. So their bow sales are 40-60. So firearm manufacturers need to recognize the significance of this discovery. The owner and his #1 Bow technician are in their mi 50s and are both left handed. They make a habit of assessing their customers. It started when one customer was right handed and could not shoot bow accurately. They discovered that the customer was left eye dominant. A lot of others at gun shops, archery shops, music stores and even tool stores ignore this part of the industry. My apologies for the rant - and my intention was not to disturb the presentation of the CZ 512 - but a lot of lefties would buy a product like the CZ 512 if it was left hand built.
DoHoang Kim: How much
63Alpha1: The safety issue you talk about where the bolt won't retract all the way when on safe is probably do to its design as the CZ bolt guns don't operate on safe either
Jamie S: Why do people insist on using background music when they do reviews. Plain irritating!
Jo La: high cap mag now available !!
Jo La: i own one .great gun ! accuracy is good .i only had some jams with sk ammo. its a 22lr .
Lone Puma: Heads up people: This guy will never answer any questions if you had any!!
Ray Hansen: Not shot from a bench,shooting off hand means nuttin.
John Echterhoff: Are spare magazines available?
Briar gates: a ruger 10/22 mag was prown to bolt failure if you can find one be prepared to pay $1000 or more however you can build one using aftermarket parts in 22 mag or 17 hmr guess it depends on how bad you want it and tec savy ability
kong vue: Hi there,, sorry for the long story... I jut got a 22 mag rifle 3 month ago.. It's was awesome at any yard I throw at it.. But now it's not doing so good even at 15 yard.. I though it's my scope or loose bot but it's not and I'm out of idea... At 30 yard.. Look at the target.. (4group shot) first bullet will hit 6in high than second bullet a feet of to the right( scope not move) , thrid bullet feet to the left... I chang bullet and gran, still doing the same thing, so I try my bullet on a friend rifle and his was accurac.. Not off at all on any gain or band... Last thing I can think of is, is it my barrel that is mis up???.. The last time I use it, it was accurac and jut now it's throwing my bullet all over the paper.. Sometime it won't even hit the paper... I didn't adjust scope at all and it jut go all over.. Anyone that know this problem, plzzzzz help and tell me wat is really wrong.. Thanks
armytaskforce11x: sounds just like a ar15
Remington Man: Good work .. Very nice vid
pepperoni prepper: to be honest ive never even heard of a poor performing CZ. I have the 452 lux, and its the best .22 ive ever owned. if anyone thinks magazine capacity is the major consideration when choosing a rifle, they should probably stick to the 3moa 10/22 shoot em up carbine, and leave the real guns to people who appreciate quality. :)
eltoro1ish: Is it already available?
Lone Puma: Maybe you're accustom to disposable items, but we had hoped for a well made .22 magnum rifle. Seems everyone thinks cheaper has the edge. It's quality is the type you don't care if you left it outside in the rain, you throw it in the trash if it doesn't work. It's a great idea, but marrying an aluminum receiver to a steel barrel doesn't exactly endorse any degree of quality. In fact, if you do put a steel mount for a scope, you'll no doubt mare the softer receiver. Where's the tubular magazine?!
Lone Puma: Nice for what it is, but has room for so much improvement. The aluminum receiver with Weaver dovetail has always been too soft to hold a scope that didn't move. Then it's married to a steel barrel and plastic trigger housing that's not our idea of quality, but it is cheap. We're not worried about the price of a quality rifle, as we are it being cheaply made. We prefer an all steel rifle with the ability to accommodate a picatinny rail system. Hopefully you'll let them know of our concerns.
spawnhatred: 5 plus 1??? WEAK....WEAK....freakING WEAK!.....get a lever action with 12 rounds....another disappointment from Crap Z
srspower: I don't get it. Why is it easy to make semi auto .22lr rifle but not a .17hmr or .22wmr? You would think with more power it would make it easier?
Lone Puma: We're glad to see CZ take the initiative in building a decent .22 magnum; however, your comment on the safety is valid, for any semi automatic. The other unacceptable thing is its miniscule five round capacity and lack of a genuine picatinny rail system. If you can't compete with Ruger, why bother? We saw another .22 mag, but being $700 plus was more then reason to look elsewhere. These guns ought not cost more then 3 to 4 hundred period. Don't these manufactures listen to the public's concerns?