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Old 09-30-2020, 10:48 PM
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....but not what you're likely thinking. ha ha

I'm going to set up a hard case for my 457 Varmint, with a spot for whatever items I dedicate to it:
Cleaning rod guide
Every bit, key and wrench for the rifle.
Simple torque wrench

Can anyone suggest specialty itemsvthat I might be missing?
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Old 09-30-2020, 11:36 PM
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....but not what you're likely thinking. ha ha

I'm going to set up a hard case for my 457 Varmint, with a spot for whatever items I dedicate to it:
Cleaning rod guide
Every bit, key and wrench for the rifle.
Simple torque wrench

Can anyone suggest specialty itemsvthat I might be missing?
I know what you meant but here is the play on words for you...all you need just just a few more:


a little visual support...in the order they were bought from left > right

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I knew you’d be the leader of this group! The first step is admitting it! Go git ‘em tiger!
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Old 10-01-2020, 06:54 AM
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Kragman sir I don't remember if I welcomed you here and if for some chance I missed you then here goes:

Sir Welcome: to RFC where we here will help you spend more money on rimfire stuff than you ever dreamed of...I know I have and love every minute of it.

So now that the welcome note has been shared it might be a wise decision to word your questions correctly a support group covers a lot of ground including help with buying more.

Don't worry your infected with CZitis and there is no cure for it...so just sit back and enjoy...and pick out your next CZ. Your not the first and will not be the last. Welcome to the club and nice rifle choice.

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Old 10-01-2020, 11:05 AM
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I know what you meant but here is the play on words for you...all you need just just a few more:


a little visual support...in the order they were bought from left > right

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When I see Signalman's rifle lineup, I always pick a random place to start and play the ini - mini - miney - moe game.
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Old 10-01-2020, 02:15 PM
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Thanks for the welcome Signalman.
I don't recall either, but no worries.

Thats a fine collection, and maybe a challenge for the rest of us...? 😉

FYI, I have searched for a long time for a fine 452 American, but surprisingly never actually brought one home. The closest I've come was to buy a good looking BRNO Model 1, advertised as a choice original gun but, turned out to be a complete rework. Kept it anyway. Long story.

My big splash has come with the 455's which I enjoy very much.
Lately I've started getting familiar with a 457 Varmint that is a thrilling shooter to a hobbyist like me. Hopefully I'll soon be able to shoot it at 100 under light to no wind. I think it will do well. And I think my next CZ will be a 457 Lux. Of course, they come as you find them.
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....but not what you're likely thinking. ha ha

I'm going to set up a hard case for my 457 Varmint, with a spot for whatever items I dedicate to it:
Cleaning rod guide
Every bit, key and wrench for the rifle.
Simple torque wrench

Can anyone suggest specialty itemsvthat I might be missing?
A clean boresnake when changing to a different type lubed ammo. Mine's rolled up in a pill bottle. btw its not necessary to pluck the bronze bristles from them no matter the naysayers of bronze brushes.
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If'n ya' get a boresnake, make sure it's the .204 model, not the 22 model.
CZ bores run a bit tight and the standard 22 snake can jam.
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If'n ya' get a boresnake, make sure it's the .204 model, not the 22 model.
CZ bores run a bit tight and the standard 22 snake can jam.
Ja, the 22s be gutintite in my 452.
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Depends on the snake, Al.
Some have a bit more fabric than others,
creates a lump at the brush that might not fit.
The .204 snake fits even tight 22 bores,
the brush still contacts the rifling properly.
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I know what you meant but here is the play on words for you...all you need just just a few more:


a little visual support...in the order they were bought from left > right

Signalman
How big a drone and how high was it for that shot, Todd?

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How big a drone and how high was it for that shot, Todd?

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Believe it or not I was on top of my roof...to get the shot.

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Believe it or not I was on top of my roof...to get the shot.

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I’ve always wonder how you took that pic .
It’d take a few minutes just to assemble all of the rifles .
I need to do a photo of my hog back stocked and FS CZ’s .
I don’t have as many as you do .

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Old 10-02-2020, 06:10 PM
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kirby999 sir that picture is a little old I have added one more to the collection...number 15 (222) is in the big picture and number 16 (22 Hornet) is in front of this one:



I have not bought any more in over a year.

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