Comments on: CZ 750 Sniper Protect - Hunt - Compete Wed, 13 Dec 2017 10:18:17 +0000 hourly 1 By: mike Wed, 26 Apr 2017 01:24:40 +0000 This is one of many 308s i own. By far a excellent long range rifle. Shots beyond 500 meters with proper hand loads prove tight groups are possible and consistent.A pleasure to shoot all day long. Quality is top notch all over this rifle.
only issue is due to mag size some hand loads you can’t seat bullet out as far to the lands as chamber will allow. However,it still is a tack driver in my book.

By: Roy Fri, 30 Sep 2016 13:54:38 +0000 I shot this rifle one weekend with a friend who is a serious handloader. We were getting 3/4″-1″ groups from a rest at 300 yards. Modest recoil. A very nice trigger. Overall a superb rifle for the money.

By: Tom Bracco Thu, 25 Sep 2014 02:07:14 +0000 I bought mine about 4 years ago….mounted a Schmidt Bender 5-25 X 56 MP scope on it . At 100 yards with Federal 168 Sierra Match King ammo it consistently prints sub-MOA groups….
One of the best out of the box rifles one could own and I have a Les Baer Custom (no longer made) , a Tubb 2000 , 3 custom built rifles in .308 and this shots as well

By: Neil Polo Thu, 08 May 2014 08:05:42 +0000 First off, CZ really should mention that the 750’s price includes a 55″ travel hard case with 4 latch locks, wheels on one end, and an integrated steel pull bar on the other end. Also included are a set of CZ 1″ steel scope rings.

[40 rounds fired] Accuracy (for me) is certainly sub-1″@100yds as tested with factory ammo (FGMM 168gr and Lapua 167gr), holding groups tight and true even with a hot barrel. Weight and the muzzle break cuts the nearly straight-back recoil way down to what may be slightly more than 223 . . . a real joy to shoot. The multi-adjustable stock butt ensures a good hold and cheek weld. The 750 single-feeds cartridges very well, and magazine feeding is fine but a little less smooth than push-type actions.

Cons include:
– Magazines are not as easy to insert as they could be, but reading the manual and practice resolves that issue.

– True to its purpose the 750’s padded butt is shaped to benefit a prone shooting position, but is less suited to bench shooting.

All in all, the 750 is exactly what I expected it to be, and I’m glad to own one.