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Old 01-14-2021, 05:36 PM
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When did these jump so much in price. They were selling for the $500 ballpark just recently.
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Old 01-14-2021, 06:25 PM
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When did these jump so much in price. They were selling for the $500 ballpark just recently.
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Old 01-14-2021, 06:45 PM
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If I found a CZ452 17HM2 *left handed* I would be on it like mud on a pig.
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Old 01-14-2021, 07:03 PM
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If I found a CZ452 17HM2 *left handed* I would be on it like mud on a pig.
Thats understandable, im sure any hm2 is hard to find left handed. Ive purchased a stainless and laminate savage and marlin in hm2, paid the standard used price per model but I was recently contacted by someone with a cz 452 in 17hm2 and the individual was asking $800, dropped to $750 with some ammo but its not like there isnt any cz mach 2s out there and at the end of the day the mach 2 has a specific market.
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Old 01-14-2021, 07:12 PM
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WPROCT: did you happen to sell that 453 at an auction in se Iowa? I'm the proud owner of 1 that I bought a few years ago
I traded mine in to a dealer at the fairgrounds gunshow in Des moines. It was a beautiful rifle. Still don't know what I was thinking to let it go.
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tks for the reply could be the same but possibly not, I have no idea who the seller was but very thankful the back bidder quit lol its a great rifle almost to nice to hunt very accurate luv the set trigger, owned a 452 17m2 for a few moments at the same auction but a later date, let a good buddy take it home he's really enjoying it now and wish i could find a varmint model of either the 452 or 453
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Yeah, my CZ-453 had really nice wood and the blued steel was well polished and nicer than the average CZ rifle. Like I said, it's one of my biggest regrets selling it.
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High on my list of regrets is the CZ-453 American that I once owned in .17 M2. And, to make matters worse I had bought it on a close out sale for less than $400.
Yeah I got mine at the Des Moines Scheels LNIB for less than 400 dollars and it was a 453 American in 17hm2. Still have it. I have a couple of New York Kimber classic varmint in 17hm2 I like to shoot more.

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