I purchased the rifle with the reviews and reports consistently showing it as shooting between 0.5 and 0.75 MOA (closer to 0.75 with factory ammo and better with reloads). That's why I started this thread. I know a lot of folks here shoot CZs and have the same Varmint model, so I figured they could tell me whether their guns shoot better than the test sheet or not.
Still, it seems an odd practice to send me a sheet that says, 'here's your 1+
MOA rifle, this is your warranty, regardless that you thought you were getting a sub-MOA gun'. It is very disconcerting to a rifle noob like me.
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