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Buds Had UL's (Sold Out)

Buds currently show Ultra Lux in stock
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I hope CZ is taking note of how quickly the 452 models are flying out the door. It would be nice if they'd continue to make even limited runs of the 452 after the 455 has become their mainstay model.

Maybe the 452 phenomenon is only true in the US but it wouldn't surprise me if it's also true in other countries judging by the comments of our friends from Canada, Australia and NZ.

Every time Bud's or another dealer gets the UL or Trainer in stock, they're gone in a matter of hours. The Lux and FS seem to have disappeared altogether. Just goes to show what a quality product will do.
 

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I hope CZ is taking note of how quickly the 452 models are flying out the door. It would be nice if they'd continue to make even limited runs of the 452 after the 455 has become their mainstay model.

Maybe the 452 phenomenon is only true in the US but it wouldn't surprise me if it's also true in other countries judging by the comments of our friends from Canada, Australia and NZ.

Every time Bud's or another dealer gets the UL or Trainer in stock, they're gone in a matter of hours. The Lux and FS seem to have disappeared altogether. Just goes to show what a quality product will do.
When I got my first CZ rifle people asked what rifle is that? When I would say its a CZ they just looked at me funny. Now when I go to the range I see a lot more CZ's. Heck EVERYONE of my shooting buddies now owns a CZ in some form and these were some of the same fellows that gave me that funny look lol. Still havent seen a 455 at the range....

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Having only recently bought a 452 FS 22Mag., I didn't realize CZ was changing over to the new receiver with interchageable barrels from what I read etc. Their previous 22 semiauto which I thought I would buy also was changed into something I have no desire for. I had bought a BRNO ZKM 611 about nine years ago for three hundred, new, from my local gun store which deals in collector rifles and upscale models also, now out of business. The 611 had been there a year according to the owner and the price reflected his desire to get it off the shelf. People are right, most gun folk I know up until recently weren't familar with CZ and BRNO. Now with the 452 one of the best bolt action rimfire receivers for the money and the CZ and BRNO semiautos in 22 l.r. and 22 Mag. gone. CZ is I believe making a big mistake. It is like they have gone American in a way, thinking they need to make a big change in receivers to stay modern. I made a stupid mistake selling the 611 thnking it would stay around and now am glad I got a 452 FS while they can be found. Talking about the 452 22 Mag FS, why is it that the 454 American reciever is used, for this model. Know the answer must be obvious but can't think of it.
 
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