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David Hancock

Fab CZ 455

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I have always dismissed CZ's as poor but this 455 .22LR Varmint is a peach in terms of smooth bolt, trigger and general engineering quality.  Just need to find what it likes now that Eley have replaced their 40gn subs - which it loves  - with the 38gn which are a lot less accurate.

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Why CZs poor? They usually shoot well out of the box. Admittedly no frills, but good workhorses and will go on for years. My pair of BRNOs are both from the 1950s and still shoot much better than I can.

Looks like a nice rifle.

Mark 

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I would agree,  I have a 452 heavy barrel here that is best described as boring as it just hits what it is pointed at. A simply superb little rifle.

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Marky - I said poor as I have always had original Sako Finnfire, Weihrauchs (HW66) and Anshutz', but picking up the 455 changed my view and £605 was a veritable bargain - excluding the Boyds LH  / right action stock - lovely.

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