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AA (CZ) 200T update

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Re: AA (CZ) 200T update

Post by North Country Gal » Wed Apr 07, 2021 8:33 pm

I've been shooting the CZ 200T quite a bit at 30 yards now and have just fallen in love with it. Went online and did a trigger adjustment and now this affordable PCP has a match grade trigger. It only develops 500 fps, so 30 yards is a bit of a stretch, but it shoots half inch groups at 30 yards one after another as long as you care to shoot it. Have even gotten some groups that go sub half inch on calm days. What's amazing about this sweet handling little rifle is that I get upwards of 120 shot per fill. I can fill it p and darn near shoot all week. Probably the best $500 plus I've ever spent on an air gun. Absolute joy to shoot.
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Re: AA (CZ) 200T update

Post by Sir Henry » Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:17 pm

You do know I have a wad of cash burning a hole in my pocket don’t you. Resist Gene Resist! I need at least a year learning CO2 before I buy PCP.

Joanie you are one of the best shooters I’ve ever had the pleasure to know.
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Re: AA (CZ) 200T update

Post by North Country Gal » Thu Apr 08, 2021 10:35 am

Wow! Thank-you, Gene.
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Re: AA (CZ) 200T update

Post by daytime dave » Sun Apr 11, 2021 10:24 am

Resist Gene, resist. Your plan is sound. Get a year in of shooting the CO2 and then get into PCP. I know you will go whole hog when you do, including the high pressure pump.
NCG, I agree with Gene. You have shown us all your great ability at shooting and your wonderful ability at explaining all of it.

I'm impressed with this CZ airgun and your shooting ability with it.
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Re: AA (CZ) 200T update

Post by BigAl52 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 10:39 am

I agree NCG and Ranchroper are in a class of their own. I only wish I could shoot half as good as either one of them.
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Re: AA (CZ) 200T update

Post by North Country Gal » Sun Apr 11, 2021 10:48 am

Thanks, guys. I'm sure RR would agree that there are lots of other good shooters on this forum, right there with us. Appreciate the comments, though.

What I really like about this gun is the handling. Has a nice carbine feel to it, but still enough heft for good steadiness. Makes it hard to stop shooting, once you've started. There is also a sporting version, the 200S, with more power, but fewer shots, though still about 70 per fill. For long range work, the S version would be the way to go, but this T version still does a nice job out to 30 yards. For indoor or typical backyard plinking, though, this T version is perfect. Either version would make a great first PCP. This model of CZ PCP has been around for a long time and has a great track record.
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