Comments on: CZ 750 Sniper Protect - Hunt - Compete Thu, 06 Oct 2016 12:35:41 +0000 hourly 1 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.