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#3015024 - 11/04/12 07:42 AM Re: sucker for blue steel and Turkish walnut [Re: redblood]
mr.big
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may well be the best balanced off hand shooting rifle I ever handled,,

I may get a 1-4x20 scope but man the sights on the 452`s are really good,,

makes me crave a 550FS 308 something aweful..
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#3015101 - 11/04/12 09:03 AM Re: sucker for blue steel and Turkish walnut [Re: mr.big]
RecurveShooter
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You are obviously a CZ addict. Beautiful gun that is on my wish list as well.
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#3015188 - 11/04/12 10:34 AM Re: sucker for blue steel and Turkish walnut [Re: quigleysharps4570]
Rockhound
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 Originally Posted By: quigleysharps4570
She's a beauty Mr. Big. ;\)
Always amazes me how some folks could choose a stainless barrel and plastic stock over something as fine as that.


If your like me its because im to rough on my guns to pay the extra
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#3017457 - 11/05/12 05:49 PM Re: sucker for blue steel and Turkish walnut [Re: Rockhound]
Wobblyshot1
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Nice looking rifle. I've always liked the mannlicher style stock.
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#3017652 - 11/05/12 07:26 PM Re: sucker for blue steel and Turkish walnut [Re: Wobblyshot1]
pcrc
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Ive got it bad for another CZ to go with my 452 Scout. Am wanting a 527 in 22 Hornet and am looking hard at the Manlicher stocked version. Am a little concerned though about scope mounting with the iron sites and dropped comb. Will the scope have to be mounted high to clear the sites therefore making that dropped comb even more of a problem for proper cheek fit?
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#3017682 - 11/05/12 07:38 PM Re: sucker for blue steel and Turkish walnut [Re: pcrc]
mr.big
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the 2.5-7x28 Weaver and the 2-7 Leupold fit in behind the sight,,I havent tried any of the bigger scopes.

I actually got the Williams Fool Proof sight with the target knobs on this rifle now,,
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