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    Morning,

    Can a cz200 be upgrade to .20 cal.
    and how do you adjust the trigger pull, got a hole and 3 stitches in my left foot cause of it.

    Who can fit a bipod on a 200?
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    I would not recommend upgrading a CZ200 to .20 Cal. It is not powerful enough (even if FAC modified) nor does it have a large enough air cylinder.

    To adjust trigger, turn the grub screw located directly behind the trigger blade. Turn in for heavier pull and out for light.

    To fit a bipod, you'll need a swivel stud which most bipods hook onto....
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    why do want .20 for a bigger hole in your foot?????
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    ha ha ...lol good one.
    Juses boet it hurts
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    .2 should be using less air? more efficient not so?
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    btw. I think you just need to have a barrel? The 200's barrel removes with 2 grubscrews. 30sec job
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    who can do that, and where would get a barrel
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    At the same power level, a .20 may be more air efficient then .177 but this defeats the object right... More power = more air. I would not waist money converting a CZ200 and I'm pretty sure the results will disappointing.
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    no point in a .20 CZ200....too little air, too little power and receiver is not strong enough to work with higher pressures

    the bolt retainer can shear and send the bolt flying backwards into your eye...BEWARE
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    I would only recommend fitting a bipod to an S200 if you free float the barrel...otherwise you will get some sever POI shifts as the stock pushes the barrel up...
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    [quote1208775540=guido]
    the bolt retainer can shear and send the bolt flying backwards into your eye...BEWARE
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    this thing has bother me for the long time after i got bolt action rifle...
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    hehe.. if it hits you in the eye your scope is mounted too low! btw.. what is diffs in the mechanisms of the .22 and .177 for the 200? In the UK forums the guys swear by the 200 in ,22 as being one of the best hunting rigs cause it is so light and short
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    .22 at sub 12ft\lbs makes NO sense...
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    when come to hunting topic... better check amercians...
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