I really would like an American product if possible. That is why I had high hopes for the new Remington 504, but alas...Thanks, think I'll start a search for a Winchester. Again, appreciate all replies.Doc Sharptail said:Serious target work? Hmmm...... I would not limit my choices that narrowly. Here's just a few....
The Romainian 69 trainer beats both choices on price.
For really serious target work, select a real target rifle- The Winchester 52 target comes to mind here. I've seen them priced anywhere from 300 dollars and up.
Izamash Biathlon trainer- very good reports on this one accuracy wise on RFC....
I think that would be the Czech Republic. Not sure about the spelling.marlinman93 said:KyBlue51,
Hate to burst your bubble, but of the two you originally mentioned, the CZ American is not a US made rifle. It's called the American because of the classic American style stock. It's made in Czechslovakia. like the other CZ products.
Paid $340 a year ago and I have an ancient Weaver K-10 on it. That's an exceptional group for cheap ammo, but it'll come close to that with match ammo pretty steadily. American Eagle 40 grain RN was doing about as good for me today.Sasquatch said:Leftoverdj~ what ya pay for that firestick?? And what kind of sights you using???