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Old 03-22-2020, 09:29 PM
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CZ 457 LR Precision Threaded: The crowning glory is the 7.76 lb/3.52 kg LR Precision Threaded model with a sleekly designed laminated wood stock with height-adjustable cheek piece, adjustable trigger, continuous Picatinny mounting rail on top of the receiver and 20"/508 mm long match barrel with compensator. The distance from the trigger to the butt plate (length of pull, or LOP) can be adjusted between 351 and 382 mm. Price: 1099 euro. Link---
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This looks quite similar to my current object of affection, the CZ Varmint At-One.

That is quite the price difference, however!



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May-be??
May-be not.
Looks like CZ is paying attention. Good job. Very nice.
I bet it is a sweet shooter. Hope CZ slowed down the production line to concentrate on the fine details.

Where did you get the bolt knob, CZ.??

My MTR would not be happy if it showed up in the gun safe.
I think I will shoot her, the MTR, today.

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Old 03-23-2020, 07:28 AM
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Are you sure that stock is wooden?
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Old 03-23-2020, 09:58 AM
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Are you sure that stock is wooden?
Probably painted or coated laminate I suspect.

You're Swedish...how much is 1099 euros?
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Probably painted or coated laminate I suspect.

You're Swedish...how much is 1099 euros?
Today, $1182.00USD
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Old 03-23-2020, 03:13 PM
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CZ just sent out their monthly bulletin. There is a short video on the rifle
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Looking at European catalog . . . it appears this is a "Long Range Precision" option for that market compared to the At-One, Precision Chassis, and Precision Trainer offered to the US market. That, of course, is just a guess. I like the fluted barrel & muzzle break (as they call it) for looks. No indication as to what the stock is made of but say it's a soft-touch finish. Kind of reminds me of the Bergara B14-R.

Since I have the 457 At-One & Precision Trainer this one doesn't tweak my immediate interest, however . . . that European 457 Thumbhole is a "looker". I could see a shoot-off between my 455 Evolution & that 457 Thumbhole. . .
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Old 03-23-2020, 04:26 PM
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Aside from the interesting stock design, the single word that got my attention was "match" bbl. If CZ has decided to put the same tighter chamber on this rifle's bbl as the MTR's, that alone is at least as significant as the stock design or the flutes on the bbl.
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Old 03-23-2020, 07:43 PM
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You could throw a bartlein on an at one stock and have better for less. Hard pass for me on this one. They should have put their match barrel on the precision trainer, would have made more sense.
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I've been using Bartlein CF blanks in my gunsmithing business practically since they opened for business, and for good reason - they've been uniformly excellent barrels. But I question their decision to use the Bentz chamber on their drop-in .22RF bbls. No way am I going to pay their asking price and settle for a looser chamber than what's optimum for 22RF accuracy. I'd gladly buy a Bartlein for one of my CZs or V22s, but not with that chamber already cut in it.
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Old 03-23-2020, 09:19 PM
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to RFC! Congrats on a fine new rifle, that one is a model not available in the USA, which is too bad. Very sweet-looking stock, I like that better than the Boyd's on the AT-One.
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I really cannot stand that cheek rest. It looks cheap, and i bet it will feel like that too. Otherwise, nice rifle. Would like to see how it compares to my Sako Quad Range.
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The CZ video of the rifle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzdcVD_Hibo
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Old 03-24-2020, 10:54 AM
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I really cannot stand that cheek rest. It looks cheap, and i bet it will feel like that too. Otherwise, nice rifle. Would like to see how it compares to my Sako Quad Range.
Kind of like the type they install on airgun stocks:


https://www.pyramydair.com/s/m/Benja...Air_Rifle/1774



https://bagnallandkirkwood.co.uk/pro...s-extra-length

I find it odd too that they match wood or laminate with plastic but it keeps the cost down perhaps.
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