I own a BRNO ZKK 600 chambered in .270 cal. It's the model with the pop-up peep sights and has a factory two stage trigger.
It also comes with a beautiful walnut stock complete with a thick rubber recoil pad. I use a Leupold Vari X II scope in 3-12 x 40.
I never have any problems with recoil - can shoot this rifle all day long without flinching. Compared to my friends' .30-06 (pronounced, dirty-06!) it's so easy to shoot.
Quite accurate at the moment - I have almost head shot a kangaroo at 300m from the window of a vehicle (rifle resting on the door trim).
However, I'm trying to work out if I should take it to a decent gunsmith to improve the accuracy further, or sell it and buy something else (ie. maybe a .270 WSM 0.300 Win Ultramag).
I find the Leupold pretty useless for long range. I like the .270 as a caliber because it's so flat, decent knockdown and not much recoil.
I was thinking of glass bedding the barrel, lightening the trigger (although the 2-stage is pretty light on the second option) and floating the barrel. I imagine I would also need a good scope (any ideas there - Meopta, Doktor, Zeiss, or anything else?). I don't know much about what's involved in these, but I think the most important thing is that I want it to remain a good pig/deer rifle with extended long range capability for 'roos out to around 500 or 600m if possible.
I've read some people saying they can get a good .270 to shoot out towards 800m, but I find that hard to believe. Not after a match grade rifle, or a show-pony one, but something decent for long range field shots.
Appreciate any info you guys could add. Bought the rifle for around $1200 AUD (hardly used, almost new) and would like to improve it, not completely screw it up beyond recognition.