I don't see how using the same barrel as the 550 is necessarily any kind of indictment against the 750, it could as easily mean that the barrel used on the 550 is just that good.
I still want somebody to quantify exactly what other rifles actually do better than the CZ. The proof will be in the pudding.
Better is in the eye of the beholder....you can't quantify that. If a rifle serves your needs, then that is all that matters.
For me personally, what I like about the SAKO TRG is
the enclosed receiver
short 60 VS 90 degree bolt rotation
3 VS 2 lug bolt
short bolt throw
extremely simple bolt take-down
very quick lock time
QD bipod design which has a very wide stance VS command height making it extremely stable
competition style rail on forend
ability to carry the rifle biathlon style
fully adjustable stock
ability to mount military BUIS, muzzle break, sound suppressor
Due to the design there is no bedding to wear out,
the action is noticeably quicker than most other designs.
Accuracy, as long as it's acceptable, is down on my list when choosing a rifle
of this type. How the rifle feels, handles, action speed, magazine design, etc are
all more important to me. Basically its pretty simple to make any good bolt gun shoot well.
However, regarding accuracy the TRG performs extremely well for a factory rifle.
This past weekend I had the annual Big 3 industry event on my range and one of the companies
in attendance was Hensoldt. Nathan Hunt brought an AI AE with one of his 4-16x56mms on it.
I'm not a huge fan of the AI, but what I respect most about it is what a rugged and durable design
it is. At this event we had all manner of bolt and semi-auto sniper rifles with a number of former/active duty
snipers including an SVDS. I'm not a "I read it on the intraweb" kinda guy.....
No slight against CZ, Jason brought over two of their first .338 Lapua Magnum sniper rifles and we
tested them on my range. I'm just not a big fan of basic '98 action. I've been aware of the CZ750 from when
Marty of Badger was with CZ, and that was quite a few years ago...