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.
If CZ doesn't guarantee a sub MOA gun you should never assume you are buying one. Some rifles need to settle in and then it might shoot anything you feed it well. Besides even a lot of rifles that guarantee MOA don't shoot that because the shooter can't shoot MOA, then they are upset that they didn't buy the accuracy that they wanted.