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I plan on getting a CZ452 .22lr Varmint rifle. How are these for accuracy and function? Really don't know much about them, only from what some people tell me at our local gun club.
 

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A good friend of mine has a CZ .22LR and it shoots VERY accurately. I own a .22 Magnum (but Marlin, not CZ), and comparing the two calibers, I'd say your little CZ should serve you well. The only drawback to the .22 Magnum is the price compared to the .22LR. Around my area, .22 Mags cost 7 dollars for a box of 50 ct, compared to the 98 cents for "top end" .22 LR. You said you have the varmint version, but I've not memorized CZ's product line. If you have that short, funky shaped European stock, you might find the truncated fore-end annoying. On my friend's CZ, they placed the Swing Swivel mount right where you naturally want to place your hand to grip. Very irritating. At least for me. My friend just adjusted his shooting habits, but I would take the mount off, or get a different stock.
 

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I've heard good things about the CZ rifles. I know their pistols are darn good, and a button rifled barrel should be good. I actually like the funky European stocked ones just because thy seem made for off hand shooting and I like iron sights for most applications. I plan on getting one sooner or later. my only beef with it is really the trigger gaurd, but at least it isn't plastic.
 

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My next purchase (Monday) is going to be a CZ 527 Varmint in .223 along with 1" rings and a second magazine. Will be my first CZ rifle, although I own several CZ pistols.

527 Varmint

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Mike
 

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I have a CZ .22 Hornet and a .22LR,both are fine quality guns,as is all CZ's Ive seen.Mine have Turkish Walnut stocks and fine checkering.(Excellant Detail)The guns are capable of shooting much better than I can.



Safe Shooting!!
 
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