Gun Report

CZ 602 ZKK .375 H&H Mag.

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Looking like a classic English sporting rifle, the Brno CZ has a thick midsection to accommodate five rounds. It gave us the best accuracy, and was one of the slickest-feeding rifles we've handled. If you can find one, buy it.

CZ 602 ZKK .375 H&H Mag.

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The square-bridge Magnum Mauser is well done by Brno. The long bolt handle makes for easy cocking. You can buy a similar rifle today in the CZ 550 Safari; the actions are the same.
The arrow points to the third stock bolt, which goes into the bottom of the lug for the rear-sight mount. Such a rifle is not put together by simple add-ons, like on the Ruger and Remington. It all has to be planned beforehand, and heavy recoil has to be considered.
There's lots of room to get the cartridges into and out of the Brno CZ 602, thanks to the magnum-length action. The feed ramp is also less abrupt than with the normal 98-length Mauser action.
The Leupold was secured with hand-detachable mounts, designed to be hand tightened. Modern over-hot loads caused it to loosen, but not the lower-velocity handloads.

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