Mini-Mauser: Spending Some Time with the CZ 527 in 7.62×39 (VIDEO)

CZ’s 527 American Rifle series has a lot of options, including a suppressor-ready 7.62x39mm with a synthetic stock and it apparently shoots very well when cold. Essentially a mini-Mauser action, Tim Harmsen with the Military Arms Channel picked up one and gets some sweet cold bore shots in the above video.

His is shown equipped with a Q Trash Panda suppressor and what looks like a Tract TORIC 3-15×50 scope. A neat thing is that CZ offers the same model in 6.5 Grendel and .300BLK as well. As usual, Harmsen gives an unbiased review so be sure to drink in the whole thing.

For those who are curious, retail on the stock rifle is $765.67, but we beat that by a good bit. You have to admit, they are pretty good looking guns.

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