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I've Just purchased a new Browning T-Bolt in .22 stainless. I already own a CZ 452 in .22.

 

Can anyone tell me if I can expect to get the same accuracy out of the Browning as I already do from the CZ ? I purchased the CZ new in 1992 and its still in original condition (no mods). I'm shooting about an inch group at 60 yards (with no wind) with the CZ

 

Have I made the right choice with the new purchase ?

 

 

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