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Old 08-10-2019, 09:43 PM
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Does anyone have one of these or has seen them? whats your take on them?
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Old 08-10-2019, 09:56 PM
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Does anyone have one of these or has seen them? whats your take on them?
I have seen one back a year or so...and it did not excite me at all. I don't remember which caliber it was but if you wanted a truck or ranch gun it would work. I am a Walnut and blue guy....so it did not do anything for me...it just looks cheap...like they only put one coat of stain on it.

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Old 08-10-2019, 09:57 PM
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i have one and like it, better looking than plan walnut[ATTACH][/ATTACH]

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Old 08-10-2019, 10:34 PM
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i have one and like it, better looking than plan walnut[ATTACH][/ATTACH]
endangeredoutlaw sir no offense meant but the thing I saw the was lack of the wood grain on rustic rifles. I know there are some but the stain hides more of what is there...the stain looks more gray than brown. It's almost like the very dark stain CZ used for the 457 models which I don't care for either...that one is too dark...but I have a 457 Lux on my to buy list.

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Old 08-10-2019, 10:58 PM
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Just curious about them, you see them on every site you go too.
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Old 08-10-2019, 11:00 PM
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endangeredoutlaw sir no offense meant but the thing I saw the was lack of the wood grain on rustic rifles. I know there are some but the stain hides more of what is there...the stain looks more gray than brown. It's almost like the very dark stain CZ used for the 457 models which I don't care for either...that one is too dark...but I have a 457 Lux on my to buy list.

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what caliber would your lux be, 22wmr maybe?
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Old 08-11-2019, 12:11 AM
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what caliber would your lux be, 22wmr maybe?
Hey Whtsmoke sir how did you guess that...your right on the money as always.

but I do now have a 527 Royal Lux rifle in 223 I put together:





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Old 08-11-2019, 08:31 AM
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A very nice riflegun you have here Mr. Signalman1, I love those sculpted cheek pieces. I judt had an idea that it would be a 22 wmr since you don't have one LOL. I like the new longer bbl on them myself.
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Old 08-11-2019, 09:53 AM
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Did the wood look like this?
https://cz-usa.com/product/cz-527-carbine-rustic/
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Whtsmoke sir you are correct I don't have a 457 Lux but I do have a 455 Trainer in 17hmr and 452 Lux in 22mag in back both with 24.8" barrels:



my 455 Trainer has a Ultra Lux stock on it so I almost there...just need one in 22mag


but my 457 Lux is coming one day.

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I have one in 7.62x39 and I like it, it shoots real good but mine use for hunting in pretty thick cove for hogs and stalking deer so I didn't really matter about the stock. I like it alot.

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Old 08-12-2019, 11:25 AM
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To me, they look like old barnwood siding, and not the good kind, either.
As noted earlier, they are more gray than brown, and reminded me of Dad's neglected old guns, the kind that rode in the bed of the truck, not behind the seat, or in a gunrack. I thought they were wretched, to be frank.
I was "sorta" interested in a 6.5 Grendel American, but the only ones the LGS had were in rustic stocks, and I walked away without buying one. I'd rather have a synthetic than an ugly wood stock.
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I just bought one in 7.62x39. Other than the stock being a little lighter colored than I hoped for, it was ok. Fit, finish, and checkering was fine, and free floated all the way to the receiver. What was disappointing was the barrel bluing was blotchy. They probably cull the poorly finished ones to put in the cheap stocks.
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I have on in 7.62x39 and it's a shooter, 100 yards about a inch to a inch and a half, but it is ugly but shoots great and it's a good brush gun. It don't care what kind of ammo you use, so it's great for me.

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Here's mine, mainly got it over the walnut because at the time it was over 100 dollars cheaper. It looks way better in person and has really grown on me.
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