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Old 02-27-2015, 04:03 PM   #1
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Cz 527 in tight case

Here's an Allen case that's pretty tight for my new gun. Pics don't do anything justice including the case.

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Old 02-27-2015, 04:07 PM   #2
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That will get the job done, short of dropping the case on the ground or something. I use hard gun cases when transporting our most valuable guns to and from the range. More likely to protect the gun if something happens.
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I have to admit, it's nice and snug. I was talking to 303 and he wanted to see a pic. I need to fool with the aperture manually, and I really don't feel like it tonight. It's really a nice case and not expensive.

Calamity and I use our Honda Pilot when we go shooting so the guns lay down in the back very nicely. We never have the rear seats up as that area is reserved for our "four legs".

Link for the case is below.

http://www.amazon.com/Allen-Company-...ped+rifle+case
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I can see where it is a tight fit for the scope. I have a few like that where they won't take a scoped rifle.
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I can see where it is a tight fit for the scope. I have a few like that where they won't take a scoped rifle.
I don't know what you call the stock portion just below your shooting hand. This rifle has a bit of ebony there and though I haven't measured it, it seems wider than my other CZ because of that. It's still a keeper for me.
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I don't know what you call the stock portion just below your shooting hand. This rifle has a bit of ebony there and though I haven't measured it, it seems wider than my other CZ because of that. It's still a keeper for me.
Are you talking about the grip?
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I tend to keep all my scoped rifles in a hard case too. Keeps the scope from being knocked around. Even the $20 plastic ones do a pretty good job.
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I keep all my rifles in cases like the picture. All the time, except when shooting and cleaning them. I don't know what you guys do to knock around your pieces, but I treat all mine like glass, including my handguns which are also in their own cases. My ranges are only 15 minutes away and when putting them in the car, nothing goes on top of them. Here in FL, there's just a couple of stools, two Tact Drivers, a range bag and a small ammo box and a couple of shooting blankets that we shoot on. In NV, I have 5 targets also. Then it gets a little tight. But NOTHING is going to harm my babies.
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I'm sure you'll do a good job of protecting that new Ebony. Just remember to let us know how it shoots.
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I'm sure you'll do a good job of protecting that new Ebony. Just remember to let us know how it shoots.
I was going today, in spite of it being the weekend, and in spite of it being windy. But, it being the weekend, Calamity has a few "honey do's" for me to do. Being retired, we save most of our activities for during the week, and do the work around the house on the weekends.

I promise a range report, complete with pics of the range itself. It's really not much more than an indoor range, without the walls. But, it's close, and free for us resident old farts, and it is supervised. In this case, it's a good supervision, as the workers are all state employed and very knowledgeable and courteous.

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Corrected. Thank you very much.
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If my phone couldn't spell it I'd struggle with plenty of em!
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So its just like an indoor range except without the walls, ceiling, floor, electricity, running water, rest rooms and phone?
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So its just like an indoor range except without the walls, ceiling, floor, electricity, running water, rest rooms and phone?
Remember, this is a state park. We aren't that barbaric.
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Remember, this is a state park. We aren't that barbaric.
I wish we had a state park where we could shoot.
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It's a huge area with a huge stocked lake, alias swamp. It was created when they built I-75. They needed fill to raise the level of the Interstate so it doesn't flood. That's 500 miles of I-75. Of course, not all the fill came from here, but a good deal of it.

Around Christmas, it's swamped with campers and swamp buggies with 6-8' dia tires. I think it's duck hunting season then. By the end of Jan they are gone. But are replaced by the snow birds. The shooting area hasn't been as crowded as in past years. Probably the ammo difficulties.

As you know, 22lr is just about impossible to find. There's some people who say they haven't seen it in years.
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What is this 22LR you talk about?
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