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Old 02-02-2013, 03:21 PM
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Rifle CZ 455FS 11mm dovetail
Scope SWFA 10x42 SSMQ (MilQuad reticle) (30mm tube)
Rings BKL 300
Use: Hunting/Target

Comments: Plenty of clearance for rear sight
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Rifle: CZ American .22 LR
Dovetail: 3/8"
Rings: Burris Signature Zee (High) with J & P Adapters
Scope: Sightron II Big Sky 12 x 42 AO (Target Dot Reticle)
Fit/clearance is near perfect. Factory scope cover fits fine as well.

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CZ 455 FS with a Nikon Monarch 2-8X32mm mounted with CZ Medium rings. Plenty of clearance on the bolt and the rear sight. I got a couple slight hangups on the rear sight blade with the scope cover. I was not able to loosen the set screw to push the rear blade forward but I loosened the windage screw and pulled the blade and reinserted it backwards. Plenty of clearance.

ps - from a 50 yard zero I had 55 MOA of vertical available. I should have no problem stepping it way out there. Looks like that will take me out to 400 yards. Should be more than enough.






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Here is my set up on a 452 Varmint 22LR.

1. CZ 11mm adapter. Padded screws so it does not scratch your receiver. No logos on the side.
2. Burris Signature Zee Rings 1" mediums. Lowest they have. Does not marr your scope.
3. Weaver V16 w/fine crosshair/dot.
4. Butler Creek Covers. Fits great.





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So is the 11 mm measured across the top of the dovetail?

My American measured 11 mm across the top and the Leupold 11 mm ring mount fits great.



The one that came with the rifle was not a perfect fit.

Where does the 3/8's inch measurement come from?
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So is the 11 mm measured across the top of the dovetail?

My American measured 11 mm across the top and the Leupold 11 mm ring mount fits great.



The one that came with the rifle was not a perfect fit.

Where does the 3/8's inch measurement come from?
Is it a 455? If so they are all 11mm.
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Old 02-19-2013, 03:30 PM
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I don't see this on this list, has anyone used the Talley lows (the CZ rimfire-specific ones that clamp directly onto the dovetail) and either the Leupold 3-9x33 EFR or the 3-9x32 Clearidge on a 455 with the Varmint barrel? I want to get the scope mounted as low as possible and still have bolt handle clearance.
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452 Varmint - 17 HMR - thumbhole stock
Mueller Target scope - 8-32X44 - 30mm tube - Butler Creek caps
DIP entended base - #19019
Warne Maxima QD rings - Medium height - #214 LM

1/4" clearance between the scope and barrel
1/4" clearance between the bolt and eyepiece

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recently bought 452 american looking at a mueller 4x16x 50 tactical scope and started looking for rings. Not much information on mounting 50 mm scopes. My question is this Why dont more people use the 50 mm scopes on these 22.s. Is it a hunting vs Target issue or just unnessary for any application on 22.s.
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Mostly because a good quality 40mm scope is brighter than an inexpensive 50mm scope, honestly.
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low light conditions

What Gerald said, plus it is my understanding that the primary reason to go with larger objective is for enhanced light gathering, in low light conditions. I am a target shooter, and am not shooting at dusk or twilight. If I were a serious hunter, I 'might' feel differently, but probably not with a rimfire rifle. Also, the higher mount that larger objectives might require, might not be consistent with the absolutely best spot weld on the stock, which could be an accuracy concern.
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Just finished mounting my new (to me) glass.

CZ455 American .22lr
JP 11mm adapters
Burris high Signature Zee rings
Leupold VX3 4.5-14x50

Everything went together beautifully. I ended up with about 2mm clearance between the barrel and objective. About 8 mm bolt clearance. The height is very comfortable for me.

I had a Weaver RV9 on it previously. That's a great scope, which got relocated to my 10/22 while the Leupold went on my 455 for silhouette duty. The RV9 performed just fine, but it was a bit lacking in magnification for silhouette shooting. I sent the Leupold back to the factory to have the reticle cleaned up, and while they had it, I had them install target knobs for me. It's ready to get sighted in and start knocking down targets.
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CZ scope and ring reference

Since there are always new members joining the CZ forum, and we still get many questions concerning them, hopefully this thread will be of some help to eliminate the confusion when it comes to Burris Signature rings. They are similar in that they both use pivoting inserts which securely grip the scope and protect the scope's finish, but that is where the similarities end. Insert kits are also available to correct both elevation and windage problems. They say “a picture is worth a thousand words” so I’ve added a few.
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There are two kinds of “Signature” rings many of us use to mount scopes on our CZ rifles. The Signature rimfire rings and the Signature Zee rings.
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Signature rimfire rings are made to clamp directly to the grooved receiver. They come with (2) sets of clamps made to fit either the 3/8” or 11mm dovetail. The extra set of clamps in the package will be stamped with an “A” and are to be used with the 11mm dovetail. They are available in “medium” (.440”) and “high” (.793”).







Signature Zee rings are Weaver style rings made to fit Weaver style bases/rails. J&P Custom Products (a sponsor here at Rimfire Central) makes dovetail to Weaver adapters for both 3/8” and 11mm dovetails. Just slide the adapter onto the dovetail, slide the ring on and tighten. They are available in “medium” (.270”) and “high” (.420”).








*Ring height measurements are from the bottom of the ring to the bottom of the scope tube. The adapters add .062" to the ring height.
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