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Written on: 06/05/2011 by isaaccarlson (1 review written)
CZ 455 American, NOT the 452
I tried a friend's CZ while I was visiting him and was impressed by the quality. I ordered a 455 American as soon as I got home. It arrived at the gun shop in PERFECT order. The wood is gorgeous and the bolt is incredibly smooth. The trigger was a bit on the heavy side for me and had some creep. A simple "poor man's trigger job" took care of that. It now breaks clean at 9 oz with ZERO creep. I cannot say enough about the accuracy of this wonderful rifle. It… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2011
This is just a great little rifle! Look no further if you're looking for an easy, handy, affordable, and most important, ACCURATE rifle in 22LR. Like most rimfire shooters know, you need to take the time to test several (Read: a dozen or more) different types of ammo in order to arrive at a rifles sweet-spot. My PARTICULAR rifle loves Fiocchi M 320 Match ammo,... but yours' might (read: WILL) vary. I coupled this rifle with a Pride Fowler 3-9x32mm scope with a .22LR Rapid Reticule that allows… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/11/2010 by layton49r (1 review written)
Purchased my 452-cz several months ago and have had it to the range three times. It is a.17 cal. full stock version and looks great. I topped it with a Tasco 6-24x42mm scope. Thought I had a winner. Well, not so. Now I'm no expert by any stretch, but I know a bad trigger when I feel it and this one is well beyond bad. The bolt binds and if the clip isn't inserted just perfectly the bolt cant close. For a rifle that is so highly regarded I find it to be sub-standard. As I stated, I'm no expert… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/04/2010
try stripping it and cleaning the ejector,or buy a new one direct from cz… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/03/2010
I'm a long-time shooter and have had many firearms pass in and out of my possession over the years. Very few of these have managed to stay in my collection for very long due in large part to their lack of accuracy, reliability, and overall failings in design and usability. I admit that I'm a 'snob' when it comes to firearms with 'repeatable accuracy' being my major criterion. When first purchased, my CZ 452 American in .22LR didn't elicit any special attention from me - I simply needed a fairly… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/03/2010
my cz.22lr american bolt action fitted with a optik 6-24x50ao (over kill i know )is a very great tool for mr rabbit extremly accurate up to 100yards and more depending on the shooter ? a very reasonably priced little rifle hard to beat on price and value for your money a valuable tool for the vermin control,you can also get a 10shot mag,on the diet of ammo ;i shoot eley sub sonic have tried other cheaper rounds but the eley seem to work better alround cant say there are any down sides try you… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/03/2010 by clutch2424 (1 review written)
i picked up mine bout 3 months ago ran about 100-150 rounds through it with no problem. Its got great lines and a great pick up fo $390 i love mine. I cant find anything wrong with it at all… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/03/2010
I have two 452's a 25 year old BRNO RH that is slick and smooth and actually groups 1/2 inch at 50 yds with a 3x fixed scope using CCI GreenTag ammo. the second is a CZ 452 LH to suit my lefthand world. the bolt action is rougher. The trigger less crisp but still excellent, the accuracy is just as good but it prefers Eley target ammo to hold 1/2 inch--I have a Bushnell Banner 2.5x scope on it… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/02/2010
BOUGHT MY CZ 22LR 12 MONTHS AGO GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY CAN'T FAULT ITS ACCURACY .
TIGGER WAS A LITTLE HARD BUT THATS SORTED.
SO WHY PAY A SILLY AMOUNT OF MONEY FOR ANYTHING ELSE… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/10/2009
With Wolf ammo, shoots 1/2" 50 yd groups all day. Hates Remington ammo. On the same day, from a bench, 2" groups at same 50 yd range. Always a flier or two with every group with the Remington that I don't see with the Wolf ammo. But the rifle comes up and points naturally, is graceful with great lines. Again, best part is it's a great shooter. Standard open "battle" sight is actually accurate to 200 yards although it's really a stretch for a .22. With no wind, you'll hit clays at 200… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/09/2009
I own this CZ 452 American .22 LR rifle and love it. The rifle prefers certain brands of ammo, both for accuracy and reliable feeding. The best ammo for target shooting is Federal GOLD Solid points or the cheaper PMC SCORE MASTER solid points. I get best results from the SCORE MASTER ammo. I only use sub-sonic ammo in mine cause I want the barrel to last forever. I can shoot 0.5 inch - 1.25 inch groups all day long in calm weather… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/09/2009
And I have a cheap Chinese CZ 452 American .22 LR at one third of the price. Nothing fancy ,just dead accurate and an ideal tool for someone who has worked 30yrs in full-time pest control… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/09/2009
I have a CZ 452 Lux and a Varment, both are in 22LR. The CZ is a lot of gun for the money. I have had problems with ejection on the Lux not kicking the empty out, causeing me to diggig it out with my finger before chambering the next round. Both are great shooters and will group under half an inch with Wolf Target ammo… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/06/2009 by Plinker Ponker (4 reviews written)
The CZ 452 American what can I say a fantastic gun. It is my No.1 choise of rifle for small prey. Not much else to say really but get out the plastic and buy one now if you need a reliable easy to shoot Rifle… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2009 by Fieldsports (2 reviews written)
I have the CZ 452 American .22 LR 16" synthetic stock.
Used in my rabbit control business and its worth its weight in gold.
I can only say its the best thing I own for reliability and making me easy money.
Sax mod and a simple hawke 4x16x50 scope to top it off.
Superb bit of kit !… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2009
i have my cz 452 lux and it absolutely very accurate.i hit my targets as far as 200 yards without miss using a leupold turret scope… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/04/2009
absolutley superb rifle i have owned for around a year now and i have no complaints accuracy is second to none,incredible value
also i bought a trigger kit,and wow,it was good a standard but adding this simple kit has made a good trigger great,added to that a sak moderator and using subsonics,its even quieter than my air rifle which is also moderated,this is basicly my favorite rifle and i have many.no alloy reciever,all steel construction as well this is not a crappy rimfire like so many.
only… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/03/2009 by Yourmama (1 review written)
The CZ 452 American .22 LR is the most accurate .22 ever!! I can shoot 6 shots, five and one in the chamber at a shotgun shell over 25 yard and hit it every time or a dong at 300 yards away. It is made after the k-98 mauser. Very smooth accurate nice wood and beautiful… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/02/2009
I bought the silhouette version of the CZ 452 American .22 LR, synthetic stock 16" barrel. I have fitted a Walther 4-12 x 50 scope (v cheap @ £70). Having zeroed the rifle at 60m, I took a hare, head shot at 120m using rws subsonic. Thoroughly impressed with the accuracy and handling… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/02/2009
The CZ 452 American is well made and looks great except for the ugly stamped trigger guard. Very Accurate, well made, beautiful wood, smooth action, nice handling… Read Full Review
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