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Old 11-28-2019, 12:26 PM
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Just saw this of Facebook.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAU9...cLbnrz5CLBs7fc
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Old 11-28-2019, 12:47 PM
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Wow. Very interesting.
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Old 11-28-2019, 01:40 PM
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I wonder if MDT make that one as well. They are one busy company.
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Old 11-28-2019, 01:49 PM
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Seems CZ is waking up and getting busy
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Old 11-28-2019, 01:58 PM
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I see that in my future
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Old 11-28-2019, 05:00 PM
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Well that looks slick. And I normally don't even like the chassis style rifles. Glad CZ is expanding their offerings.
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Old 11-28-2019, 05:57 PM
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More info posted on Facebook by CZ USA
MSRP : $999
Built with the Varmint action , will be available in 16 and 24 Varmint barrels .
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Old 11-29-2019, 01:09 AM
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They at least got the handguard length right. MDT LSS gen 1&2 are too short imho.

Hope they sell it by itself also.

For 999 the gun should come with an extended mag release, enlarged bolt knob and scope rail.
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Old 11-29-2019, 02:11 AM
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Question is will it be too little too late to capture the $1000 market with the Bergara B-14R heading to dealers shortly.
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Old 11-29-2019, 06:56 AM
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I know they're the rage but I'm an old Phart and don't care for the look, LGS has a as new 455 Varmint Tacticool (hate that name) with scope and a pile of 5 and 10 round magazines for less than 1/2 that... I know, I know, I know...apples and oranges. I told you I'm an old Phart.
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Old 11-29-2019, 07:44 AM
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As many have said these are great times to be a .22 shooter. Even five years ago you had to go serious custom, Anschutz or old school (52's, 37's etc) to get a .22 repeater that would hang with a bench gun. With the advent of PRS, NRL 22 etc, we've got some serious competition in the .22 market. To the old Phart's post, I like that fact that we can have both. CZ's move to the 455 was less than impressive, but the 457 is a move in the right direction. (yes I own a 452, have owned a 455 and just added a 457 to the fold.) Now all CZ needs to do is find a deep hole in which to dump the laser engraver. Enough about CZ...

Moving forward, I think we'll see more "true to scale" (as Vudoo puts it) .22's, and that is long overdue. I'm hopeful that more companies will see guys spending 1-3k on these Tacticool .22's and realize we'd like them in fine walnut as well. There's been more than one request, and a few builds, of Vudoo's in custom wood stocks. So Gerald, there just might be a glimmer of hope that the surge in popularity of Tacticool .22's and Vudoo's could bring a modern 40x style walnut sporter back into vogue. I think it'll happen.
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Old is cool!

Right on Gerald!
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I know they're the rage but I'm an old Phart and don't care for the look, LGS has a as new 455 Varmint Tacticool (hate that name) with scope and a pile of 5 and 10 round magazines for less than 1/2 that... I know, I know, I know...apples and oranges. I told you I'm an old Phart. <img src="https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/biggrin.gif"
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I agree with the looks of chassis stocks not really being my thing. I do have a 455 Tacticool and don't really care for the name either, but it sure shoots nice!
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Now all CZ needs to do is find a deep hole in which to dump the laser engraver. Enough about CZ...

Moving forward, I think we'll see more "true to scale" (as Vudoo puts it) .22's, and that is long overdue. I'm hopeful that more companies will see guys spending 1-3k on these Tacticool .22's and realize we'd like them in fine walnut as well. There's been more than one request, and a few builds, of Vudoo's in custom wood stocks. So Gerald, there just might be a glimmer of hope that the surge in popularity of Tacticool .22's and Vudoo's could bring a modern 40x style walnut sporter back into vogue. I think it'll happen.
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I agree with the looks of chassis stocks not really being my thing. I do have a 455 Tacticool and don't really care for the name either, but it sure shoots nice!
That's what I'm told. Part of me wants to buy it but I'm telling myself to hold out for the At-One with 16.5" barrel for the adjustable buttplate and cheekpiece.
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Old 11-29-2019, 12:19 PM
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One thing a chassis does better than most of the wood stocks, is it let's me fit the gun to small shooters and to large shooters.

I love the MTR stock and it fits me well but my kids can't get behind it very well. A chassis is a simple solution that let's me get them behind it easily.

Not a fan of chassis in the winter with it being aluminum and dang cold (I usually use camo vet tape to wrap them).

I know full size 22's are the rage but I don't mind the smaller actions as long as they have all the features I want and are accurate.

I think CZ made a good call on the changes they made when they brought out the 457.
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