i had a CZ455 and sent it to djdilliodon and had him do his magic to the action and bolt and install a lijia barrel...it was a tac driver but i hated the trigger(timmney)so i sold that and bought a vudoo...if you can swing it just buy a vudoo to start with...we are going out in a couple of hours ill try to shoot some 100yd groups and post them.47guy. What did you replace it with? A semi 22 looks like a shit ton of fun.
then the kidd super grade would be what i would chose even knowing it could possibly have a flyer now and then...get the 2 stage trigger if you go kidd and the titan stocks are real nice for the price.Yeah. The voodoo looks sweet. But was wanting a lightweight semi auto
Derek,Thinking of maybe buying a Kidd Supergrade. Any owners can share what kind of accuracy to expect? Is it worth the cost?
Did you try the Titan stock with a rear Tang?i owned/shot a kidd supper grade for awhile...tried most all the better ammo and settled on the SK pistol match...it shot at least a 1/2moa or better but 90% of the time i had one flyer outta every mag...i chased it for a few months and finally sold it....loved the rifle hated the flyer.
No, I take it out of the stock. I do remove the barrel to clean, when it gets a super cleaning once a year. I run a bore snake or rip cord for normal cleaning.Mark,
Have you modified the Victor Titan stock to allow the Kidd Supergrade feature of quickly removing/swapping the barrel?
IMHO no...the CZ455 i had was more consistent outta the box...the vudoo trumps both...the problem with the kidd i had was the 1 flyer outta every mag...9 would shoot tiny groups and then that 1 was like WTF....and never the same round....some times #3 then next mag #8 next mag #5...I know these Kidd Supergrades are supposed to be very accurate, but are they as accurate as a bolt action? New to rifle shooting, so trying to separate the fact from the fiction. Thanks.
My Kidd Supergrade is more accurate than my CZ 455 Varmint. My Tikka T1X comes close to the Kidd. I would say the upper priced bolt guns would be better.I know these Kidd Supergrades are supposed to be very accurate, but are they as accurate as a bolt action? New to rifle shooting, so trying to separate the fact from the fiction. Thanks.
Fliers in a 10-22: 1)first shot out of a full mag often a problem. Try burning it 2) try a number of mags. Often one will shoot better 3) the side to side slip between bolt and receiver allows boldface to slightly mid-align on occasion which will throw flier. Look to Joe Chacon or Randy at CPC to eliminate this 4) shoot at 100 with low sun at your back, watching bullet track. If any corkscrew seen, change ammo. The good stuff at 25-50 May not work at 100 5) given some perfect conditions expect a tuned 10-22 to post some 5 shot groups at 1/4”, and most at 0.6”, with nothing over an inchI've never really competed until this year. I have a 10/22 with a lilja bbl and a 8/8 Kidd 2 stage. I have a 4x5 at 25 yds in the just over mid zero's. Shoots really well close but ive noticed the same as mentioned above. At 100 I may get 1 or 2 fliers out of a magazine. I noticed this shooting 200 yd sihlouette. With no appreciable change in wind and a solid hold, would hit some targets dead center and others a clean miss. I'm talking 7-8" targets. In the nrl match at 100 on a 3" plate. 4/6 dead center, 2 clean misses with no wind that day at all. Got a Vudoo and that problem is solved