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Offline Kinn12

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Is this machining quality normal on a CZ redhead target?
« on: July 19, 2020, 05:01:03 PM »
Hey,

Let me preface this with I'm pretty OCD with my guns, especially brand new ones. So far all my new cz pistols have been flawless. I just purchased a CZ redhead target. Inside the receiver, there are pretty heavy tooling marks you can see in the picture. You can noticeably feel the scratches and it's uneven in thickness through out but especially the back third is a little more raised. I know cz has amazing support, but I don't want them to laugh at me for thinking it's a big deal and just send it back. It is a brand new $1,300 firearm so I expected a little better. The outside is perfectly flat, so what gives with the inside? Let me know if this seems normal for their less than stellar Turkish shotguns.

Humm seem to have trouble figuring out how to add a photo..

Thanks guys!


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Re: Is this machining quality normal on a CZ redhead target?
« Reply #2 on: July 19, 2020, 05:53:53 PM »





Sorry I have no experience with the Shotguns.

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Offline Kinn12

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Re: Is this machining quality normal on a CZ redhead target?
« Reply #3 on: July 19, 2020, 09:04:02 PM »
Great, thanks for explaining that and posting my picture! Even with no having shotgun experience, would you personally be satisfied with that machine work where metal on metal contact constantly happens as it's an over under that breaks open?