CZ 750 Sniper

CZ 750 Sniper

This is a discussion on CZ 750 Sniper within the Product Review Requests forums, part of the SniperForums.com & SniperCentral.com Related category; I wish someone had a review on this rifle, or at least could tell me where to read one....

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    CZ 750 Sniper

    I wish someone had a review on this rifle, or at least could tell me where to read one.

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    I would like to review one, and they are available. I personally like to buy the rifles off the shelf for testing, insuring I don't have a ringer. But the cost is about $1700-$1800 for just the rifle. It may be a while before I review one, unless someone wanted to purchase it after review.

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    they have one at the store down here in FL i did'n get to shoot it my self but a friend of mine that work there tryed it out "a perk of working in a gun shop i guess" sai it shoots a little below .5 MOA all i can tell you is it's a extremely comfortable rifle, dont know if this is factory but it has a single set pound and a half trigger wich i love personnaly but it's a tad pricier than mel can get it, this one comes with a price tag of 2500$ but it does come with a "not tactical"scope and a bipod as a package that they wont break up, but like i said i did'n shoot it but for what i've been told by someone who did, a pretty good one

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    For anyone that was seriously interested, I would sell a "once reviewed" CZ750 for $1650. Probably 40-80 rounds fired through it. And a free sniper central T-Shirt thrown in

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    hey Mel how about offering this offer to those "i got 2 grand to put on a rifle"i'm pretty sure they wont be disapointed

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    Hi Guys ,

    CZ had the chance to make this something special , aka a PH M85 type clone , instead they just got there std varmint CZ550 and dropped it into a tac locking stock that is flimsley , made a 10rd version of the 4rd double stack , single feed .

    The CZ750 is a over priced poser ( safe queen ) , CZ have tarted up the std CZ550 , like putting lipstick on a pig , prettier but no substance , and more than doubled the price .

    You are far better off just buying a std CZ550 Varmint if you really need a CZ made tac gun .

    This gun by CZ should have had a enclosed square receiver , and a double feed magazine , and a longer than std tunion , just like the PH M85 .

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    Thanks for the insite chris, it is appreciated.

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    Rate of twist 1:12 in. Why not a 1:10 barrel?? It makes no sense to me, I like poking 175's out of my .308, and I don't think a 1:12 would handle them. It only seems natural that a tactical/sniper rifle in .308 has a 1:10.
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    The remington 700P's have 1:12 twist.... its not too uncommon. The 1:12 works with 175's in most situations

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    Hi Guys, I bought the CZ750 recently and have been to the range with it a few times now. I read some of the other replies here, and I must say:

    I am not a CZ fanatic or anything - this is my first CZ firearm. I don’t know much about the 550 other than it is a lower-end model of the CZ line. I do know that the 750 is a great firearm and I am generally happy with mine. Yea the price tag is hefty, but for the performance and features that I was looking for, I could not find anything better. There are similar rifles made by AI ($5000) and FN ($2800) and I am an FN fan, but neither of those compared in features to the CZ, and the CZ was cheaper. I know I will likely get flagged by the guys advocating the Remington 700 and at half the cost, it is a great deal. However, with its myriad of options and trim levels, the 700 did not offer the combination of features that I wanted and taking a new gun to a gunsmith to modify did not sound like fun.

    My wish list:
    .308
    Bolt Action
    Heavy sniper barrel made of gun steel
    Floating composite stock
    Cheek Plate
    Built-in bipod rail/system
    Set trigger system
    Detachable 10+rd mag
    Threaded barrel a plus.

    A few facts - The 750 is often confused with its outdated predecessor the 700. The 700 is an obsolete model. The 750 is sold in 4 configurations. The S1 has a longer barrel (20" I think) whereas the S2 has a shorter one (16in I think). The M1 is the police/sniper version with synthetic (not wood laminate as the 700) adjustable stock, threaded barrel and 10rd mags whereas the M2 is the hunting version with a wood grain non-adjustable stock, non-threaded barrel and 4rd mags. My particular gun is the M1S1.

    I must admit that I do not have much experience with bolt-action 308's prior to this gun, so it is hard to compare. I will say that the gun is a hell of a lot more accurate than I am! At 100 yards I was able to place 5 rounds into the same hole! Shooting 20 rounds of boat tail hollow point match ammo from a seated bench, the spread was .5 MOA, as advertised by CZ! People have reported that 5rd groups at 300 yards often come within .25 MOA. I also shot FMJ match Federal, Black Hills and a box of some cheap hunting stuff. I must say, that although the difference was marked, it was not huge. The gun spits out cheap ammo with AWESOME accuracy. The hunting soft tip stuff recorded around 1 MOA.

    The problems:

    The mag design is horrible! They are single-stack boxes and loading the rounds in them is much more problematic than it has to be. Furthermore, the mags don’t snap into the gun all that well. And even when they "feel OK", I would go to load the gun just to see that my bullet is about 1/8" too low to go into the ramp. A few times I even had the mag fall out after firing the rifle... When inserted, the mags still fell lose – very frustrating! I found out that loading the mag with the front end slightly angled upward, greatly reduces the problems, but this is annoying. This is something that I will need to remedy.

    The other issue is that the adjustment points on the rifle - the cheek plate and the butt plate will not stay in place. They move ever so slowly to where the movement is noticeable with the naked eye after about 30 shots. I may just need to wrench them down harder - I have read that other owners advocated the use of lock-tite... Lock-tite sounded great until I discovered that the cheek plate has to be all the way down to remove the bolt from the gun for cleaning. This does not seem like a huge problem though – I think wrenching the bolts down more than I have been willing, will resolve the problem.

    Overall I am VERY happy with the rifle! I have put about 160 rounds through it now and this is by far the most accurate thing that I have ever owned. Now I need to go to the gym so that I can shoot the thing from a standing position. 12 pounds does not sound like all that much, but try holding it steady while aiming through a 24x scope and thoughts of the gym creep into your mind...

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