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.20 caliber CFX

October 16 2006 at 11:03 PM

Rich. from Mich.  (Login peterdragin)
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Well I got bored today and took apart my .22 CFX and unscrewed the barrel, was suprized it came out real easy.
There is a set screw in the bottom of the left side stock screw. Heat it up a bit and out it came.

I can't make up my mind on which barrel to put in it.
A choked .177 walther barrel or the .20 caliber choked Walther.

I just wonder how good it would be with the .177 barrel, a CFX is a good shooter with the stock barrel but with a preimum barrel
1/2in groups a 50 yards? Maybe?? My 20 Shadow will do 3/4 groups a 50 yards so the CFX should do better.

Either way I have an Extra .22 CFX barrel for sale.

 
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sav300
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Re: .20 caliber CFX

October 16 2006, 11:37 PM 

Well thats a tough choice but I would go with the 20 cal for more mzl energy. When decided you must shoot some targets.



sav300

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Ken Fawcett
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Nice work, Rich. You are blazing new trails for sure.-nt

October 16 2006, 11:56 PM 


 
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Sky.A
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Rich ,email sent want more info on the .22 barrell

October 17 2006, 1:55 AM 

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