The KKJs have trouble holding headspace in .22 Hornet. The action is a bit on the slender side for centerfire.
The Czechs have more meat on them and don't have that problem.
Let's not forget that KKJ stands for Klein Kaliber Jagd, small bore hunt. It was designed as a rilfe for German hunters to take care of varmint.The kkj on the other hand is very nice to carry.
This forum is an excellent example of how the internet can be educative and a valuable information exchange.Let's not forget that KKJ stands for Klein Kaliber Jagd, small bore hunt.
I never knew what kkj stood for, that's quite interesting. They are still among my favorite firearms. I hope to enjoy them for many years to come.
Waltherforums is also one of the friendlier forums and a great place to hang out. We have Searcher451 here doing a marvellous job to keep things civil without being fussy or throwing his weight around.