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Offline john singleton mosby

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CZ 584 Combination guns
« on: December 16, 2009, 05:36:09 pm »
I am interested in member opinions on the quality, accuracy, etc. of the CZ 584 combo guns. I am looking at one in 12 ga./30-06 that is in next to new condition. How do they compare in quality to the Valmet/Tikka combo guns. I would prefer something in a smaller .222 or ,.223 cal. in a turkey gun but that brings me back to Valmet/Tikka.
I really like the CZ for its double triggers and hammerless design which make it a much faster engaging gun than the Savage or Tikka varieties with their exposed hammer designs and a barrel selector switch or hammer flip selector.
I have had several of the Savage 24 models over the years but they are of very low quality and dependability in my opinion with misfires, stratosphere high trigger pulls, etc., etc.
The CZ 584 shotgun/rifle combo gun to me looks like a very high quality gun but very hard to find in the USA.
Just looking for other's thoughts.

Thanks much

Graybeard Outdoors

CZ 584 Combination guns
« on: December 16, 2009, 05:36:09 pm »
 

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Re: CZ 584 Combination guns
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2009, 07:05:43 pm »
  The Valmet 412's ARE hammerless, and although most came with a single trigger, they are easily converted to DT.

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Re: CZ 584 Combination guns
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2010, 03:59:26 pm »
I too am interested in thoughts on these models.  I too have an assortment of savage 24s and baikals.  I have taken the plunge and sold (on another board north of the border) a savage and TOZ OU to raise some funds.

Currently I am looking at a set of 12/12 with 5.56x52R/12, and another set with 12/7mmr and 12/5.56

How is barrel regulation with these?  would the two sets interchange?

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Re: CZ 584 Combination guns
« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2010, 08:40:44 pm »
I understand the CZ 584 is actually a BRNO 584.  I vaguely remember the following being items you should look into prior to your purchase?

Is there a manual?
Does the gun come with the scope mount?
Have you taken the gun down by removing the forend and reassembled it?


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Re: CZ 584 Combination guns
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2010, 05:01:03 am »
  I've never owned one of those BRNO combo's, i'd want to know if the rifle bbls are regulated to the sights well, or if they can be easily regulated by the owner?  Many cheaper combo's aren't regulated well at all.

  That's another reason i like the Valmet 412's so much.  You can easily regulate the rifle bbl., with just about any load you can dream up so it hit's in the same place as the shot bbl..

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Re: CZ 584 Combination guns
« Reply #5 on: February 20, 2010, 07:56:54 pm »
Well, I just took the plunge and bought a BRNO ZH 304 with three barrels: 12/12, 7x57r/12 and 7x57R/7x57R.  It is a bit of a project.  It is fully functional, but I could upgrade the stocks.  The double rifle could use a new finish, and still has a barrel wedge at the muzzle end to let me adjust regulation before it is permanently fixed.  Basically traded a savage 24v 3030/20 and a toz ou 12 for it.  Looking forward to some range time to check out the regulation of the combo barrel, and check the regulation on the double rifle.

Anybody know where to get parts for this beast?  Know where to get a moderately priced custom stock set?

Thanks.

Dave

 

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