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Old 10-19-2019, 09:09 AM
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you might or would love to get a FS

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I might.
ETA- even if they weren't all sold at once I think they would be a hit, especially with some of the 457's new features...IMO
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Old 10-19-2019, 09:41 AM
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I might.
ETA- even if they weren't all sold at once I think they would be a hit, especially with some of the 457's new features...IMO
Al sir I agree with you 100% the newer lower bolt lift would help with scope choice..my triggers on my 452 and 455 FS are pretty nice but the new trigger would make these rifles even better.

If CZ would just offer all the calibers from 17machII through 22mag then they could sell a very large number of them. If CZ would bring out a SS model then I feel they could not keep them in stock...I would but two more: one in 17hmr and the other in 22mag...what a great thing a all SS rifle would be great for the guys down in the southern states and even for the members here up in Alaska.

I better wake up I am dreaming to much...but one could hope.

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Old 10-19-2019, 04:29 PM
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Maybe all we need is a group FS stock buy from Boyds. Drop in fit, fore end milled to fit CZ nose piece.

I'd be in for 2 such.


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Old 10-19-2019, 05:11 PM
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Iím in for one in .22LR or WMR.
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Fugio, I don't own any DST, but I do have a CZ 453 American in 17 HMR with the SST, and it shoots tiny, tiny groups. Funny thing is, I shoot it better with the standard trigger. I don't understand why, maybe lock time? In any case, it's the next best thing to the DST, and the fit and finish, especially the bluing, is head and shoulders above my 452s and 455s.

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I would really like to see a FS 457 with a single set trigger. Heck, I would like to see any 457 with a single set trigger.

I am still in for one or two, with American style stocks of course.
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I already have two 452 FS rifles (one in a Canyon Creek stock) and both are VERY accurate, but I have a 455 primo .22LR barrel from DJ (no sights) on the shelf that would likely be a good fit for a 457 FS. But it's probably whistling in the dark anyway...

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Old 10-20-2019, 01:53 PM
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I already have two 452 FS rifles (one in a Canyon Creek stock) and both are VERY accurate, but I have a 455 primo .22LR barrel from DJ (no sights) on the shelf that would likely be a good fit for a 457 FS. But it's probably whistling in the dark anyway...

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Good morning Doug sir you never know until you ask and that is what we are doing here. thanks for your input.

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Old 10-20-2019, 03:53 PM
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I would like 2 one in .22LR and one in .22 MAG
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Old 10-20-2019, 07:24 PM
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Clarification to Signalman

In my post I kind of rambled, so to make things clear, I will take 5 457 FS in 22 lr and 5 527 FS in undetermined caliber
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Old 10-20-2019, 07:41 PM
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In my post I kind of rambled, so to make things clear, I will take 5 457 FS in 22 lr and 5 527 FS in undetermined caliber
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Great job there sir...you are one of a kind.

You brought up a excellant point that getting a FS either in a rimfire or centerfire model for you and your family. For those of you that would like to know what the different sizes are here is a picture of each size...that I own...from the bottom up in the 452/5, next one up is the 527 and at the top is the 550.



They are all very nice rifles and each model covers a certain caliber size.

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Old 10-21-2019, 01:23 PM
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I love the look and feel of the FS, I HAD A 452 and plan on getting another and have a 455 stock i purchased a fs stock from cz usa that im going to build with an American bbl. . Iv looked at the 457s and planning on purchasing one and if a fsvwas available that is what i would prefer
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what FS stocks does CZ-usa have available???
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