Gary Tefft: CZ isn't alone with 22 mag auto. I have a remington 597 wmr. It never
malfunctions and groups 5 shots in less than one inch at 100 yards. I
bought it the 2nd year they were out and have sold my bolt actions as they
did not shoot as accurately. CZ is great gun. I have shot them.
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
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. :)
Patrick Scott: Nice review. I swear, you Kentucky guys have the most pleasant demeanors of
anyone on YouTube!
Ron Bolin: Thanks for the video and honesty about your opinion of gun.
Remington Man: Good work .. Very nice vid
eltoro1ish: Is it already available?
armytaskforce11x: sounds just like a ar15
rawlean1: i was considering buying one of these before watching your review! now i`m
going to get one as soon as possible :) good review keep up the good work!
armoredman: I have one in 22lr, good rifle, works great. Thanks for the great video.
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?
HERMIE960: That is my favorite gun in the world.
Politically Incorrect Reality: I would be willing to bet that Kel-Tech will make one, since they made the
PMR 30 pistol in .22 mag.
S4M4R1T4N: Big mags please. ^_^
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?!
SasukeIsPwnage: My father got me one of these for my birthday (I wanted to go out and look
with him, but he apparently thinks that one recommendation is enough to
throw his money at a gun without research), so now I'm stuck with it. The
problems are the fact it's a semi (I personally wanted a bolt-action), the
safety having to be off, and the 6 pound trigger and it seems gritty. The
only thing I guess that can be fixed is the trigger, so can someone please
tell me how to make it smooth&2.5-3 lb trigger please?
femto505: Good review keep it up! Enjoyed the trigger pull test and various ammo
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.
John Bobguy: I really wouldnt mind having that gun!!
Victor Reyes: BRNO 611, is the best.
dave rampling: Good professional review, would like one scoped to see accuracy before
parting with me spondolies :)
Justin Franks: It weighs just under 6 pounds.
GLC jonsan308: my dad has a few gus with that weird ass safety mech. ones a bolt action
.410 that the safety cant be turned on until the guns roostered, and the same
goes for a 20 gauge pump action.
spawnhatred: 5 plus 1??? WEAK....WEAK....freakING WEAK!.....get a lever action with 12
rounds....another disappointment from Crap Z
nodresiak: 6 lb trigger and that expensive. No thanks ! I will just keep my Ruger
77/22 magnum with dayton traister trigger that will out shoot 98% of .22
magnums and 95% of .22 LR's. Did I mention it is made of all steel
components and doesn't have a cheesy looking receiver.
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?
12gaugeTim: Looks likes typical semi auto shotgun
tim paruger: Good review. Thanks for taking the time.
jim g: It be amazing if they had a 25 round mag for this gun
Tyler Hooker: I'm really interested in buying one of these!! How much do they weigh? Are
TheNDDawson: I winder if it will be as big of a hit as the BRNO 611 that CZ was a part
elsullo2: Great review except that AWFUL stupid music constantly in the background!
Just because other YouTube vids have such a stupid music background is no
reason for YOU to do it! Are you assuming that we would not be entertained
and attentive without it?...........................elsullo