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Old 07-04-2019, 06:53 AM
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Cz 452 mint with sporter barrel and Remington 504 mint never fired in box



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Guy selling both for 850 a piece or 1600 for both.. I know these are hard to find but what kinda of prices these going for now? Both mint, Remington unfired in box, Cz mint no box and only fired few times...
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Old 07-04-2019, 08:42 AM
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Those prices sound high to me. Last fall I bought an Anschutz 1502 for $900 on GB.

You could also get a cheap 457 or used 455 .22 for around $300 and a Lilja drop-in hm2 barrel for around $400...
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Old 07-04-2019, 09:01 AM
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There's a CZ452 17hm2 in a Boyd's stock in the Trading Post that's not selling at $595.

I'm saying that guy is way high unless he's looking for a CZ collector, or something like that.

Even still, $500 would be the limit for me. When you're talking $850, you can get a lot more 17hm2 gun around that price.

I wouldn't mess with the Remington, period. I think they had problems, but I'm not certain.
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Old 07-06-2019, 08:43 AM
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That is really high. I have a 452 in mach 2 and I paid 400 for it, 4 years ago and that was probably a little high for it. It had some issues with a DIY butt pad install.

You could buy a new 457 American and get a Lija mach 2 barrel for that price.
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Old 07-06-2019, 04:49 PM
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I just saw a 504 on Cabela's Gun Library go for $450, so I guess it depends on what unfired and complete with box is worth to you.

As others have said, there are lots of lower cost ways to get a CZ in Mach 2.

YMMV
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Old 07-06-2019, 05:06 PM
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the 504 were hit or miss for accuracy.
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I just saw a 504 on Cabela's Gun Library go for $450, so I guess it depends on what unfired and complete with box is worth to you.

As others have said, there are lots of lower cost ways to get a CZ in Mach 2.

YMMV
I picked up the 504 listed on the Cabelas Gun Library last week. According to the Manager, I was the first of about a dozen people that left messages regarding the rifle before they opened Tuesday morning. I'm not sure how many they made in 2005, but they seem to have become fairly sought after.
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Old 07-18-2019, 11:49 AM
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I picked up the 504 listed on the Cabelas Gun Library last week. According to the Manager, I was the first of about a dozen people that left messages regarding the rifle before they opened Tuesday morning. I'm not sure how many they made in 2005, but they seem to have become fairly sought after.
Tell us how it shoots.
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Old 07-21-2019, 08:29 PM
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There's a CZ452 17hm2 in a Boyd's stock in the Trading Post that's not selling at $595.

I'm saying that guy is way high unless he's looking for a CZ collector, or something like that.

Even still, $500 would be the limit for me. When you're talking $850, you can get a lot more 17hm2 gun around that price.

I wouldn't mess with the Remington, period. I think they had problems, but I'm not certain.
The last line is the problem with rfc people who dont know about a subject or brand talk like they do. The Remington 504 had issues with some of their sporter 22 barrels not in the other calibers or heavy barrels.

Remington compared to cz has many advantages.. better trigger,flush magazine, safety going in the right direction, a nicer trigger guard. Smoother action. Remington is a better feeling rifle. I would consider the accuracy a wash. I agree neither are worth the asking price. For that money buy a better rifle ...sako quad or spend a little more and get a volquartsen summit
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Old 07-21-2019, 09:10 PM
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Too much for what they are.
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Old 07-22-2019, 08:09 AM
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Jagerman is correct. The 504 issues were with the .22lr sporter model. I had a 504 in 17M2 and accuracy was good and I loved the looks, heft and feel of it. I sold mine because I had other rifles that I liked better and my love affair with the 17M2 cartridge had cooled down. However, in my opinion both rifles mentioned are over-priced.
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the 504 were hit or miss for accuracy.
Not the M2's
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Old 09-19-2019, 10:13 AM
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I agree with others here. Too much for those rifles, but i wish him luck. Currently selling some guns myself, I recognize how difficult it is to establish reasonable prices on guns; especially on guns that are a bit unusual.
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too high....

i have each of those rifles, and have always liked the 17m2......but i would not pay those prices for either of them.
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