Just to follow up: I did drop a note to CZ to ask about the matter. They replied. Below is an excerpt from the email chain.
"Our accuracy spec is 1” at 50 yards, but most all of them are much better than that. The .204 is one that is especially accurate typically. Many times our bore specs are a bit different than other manufacturers, leading to a bit better accuracy... ... The test targets are simply fired for function testing, not accuracy. I’m not even sure that they fit a scope to rifles without sights, I’ve never seen any marks on the dovetails that would indicate they do. So don’t worry about the test target, it’s no indication of the accuracy of the rifle."
Right now, I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of the scope and rings, so I can get out to the range and check it out!
Thanks for all the input,
NRA Life Member
"There are some ideas so preposterous that only an intellectual will believe them." - Malcolm Muggeridge
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