I shoot mind as is out of the box. That was one reason I bought the lower velocity rifle. I'm very happy with the CZ 200s as is.
Years ago I was saving for one and then Crosman released the Disco,...I started saving all over again and Crosman released the Maraduer,...Saving again Crosman released the P-rod,....I'm still saving I just hope Crosman doesn't release anything interesting too soon.
I have absolutely no reason to doubt you Bench rest and FT results prove what you are saying. Still saving
Quote from: N.E.Dan on March 12, 2012, 01:25:17 PMI have absolutely no reason to doubt you Bench rest and FT results prove what you are saying. Still saving For accuracy testing at range, yes. ALL my rifles are rested on a single forward bag, all shot by the same shooter, same technique. I only wish I could say that my Crosman rifles grouped so well using exactly the same conditions, techniques, etc. But they didn't/don't. Certainly not as consistently.I enjoy tinkering on the Crosmans, but I enjoy the accuracy of shooting others more, that's all.
Where in the DFW area are you located?
Quote from: Zoomies on March 13, 2012, 05:56:27 PMWhere in the DFW area are you located?I live between the D and the FW.
Quote from: DFWdude on March 14, 2012, 12:34:14 PMQuote from: Zoomies on March 13, 2012, 05:56:27 PMWhere in the DFW area are you located?I live between the D and the FW.That's cool. You shoot with any groups locally or just lone ranger style?
I just finished up converting my second CZ200S to .20cal. Thanks to Jim Gaska for selling me a LW 5.05mm barrel. The comparison with the .177 is shown in each of the two photos below (.177 on top, .20 below).The .20 cal barrel is 3 inches longer than the .177, to restore velocity lost using the heavier JSB 13.7 grain .20 cal pellet. The first photo shows this better, while the bottom photo shows both rifles with LDCs in place.I found that only the new barrel was needed. The standard .177 bolt and loading tray work well with the .20. Only difference is the replacement of the thin, .177 bolt probe o-ring with a slightly larger, BN003 o-ring.I have only just started testing the .20 cal rifle. The barrel is a one-holer at 25 yds. My only 50yd attempts so far yielded .70" ctc on a very windy, TX day. So the barrel is plenty accurate for my needs. Technically, I'm getting 750fps and about 17fpe with all the other mods noted above in the OP for this thread. For comparison, you recall the .177 rifle above was shooting the JSB 13.4gr Monster Exacts to about 712fps. So the .20 cal is already outperforming the .177 with .3gr heavier pellets.Next step is to remove the "pott" from the air cylinder to boost it into the 830-860fps range (that's the goal at any rate). So I may report additional results later.