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urbaneruralite said:
I am considering the Leupold 3-9x33 VX-II E.F.R. They come in a matte 'Rimfire' version and a glossy 'Ultralight' version. Which in your opinion would look nicer on a CZ 452 American?

http://www.riflescopes.com/products/LEU58710/leupold_3-9x33_vx-ii_rimfire_e.f.r._riflescope.htm

http://www.riflescopes.com/products/LEU58520/leupold_3-9x33_vx-ii_ultralight_e.f.r._riflescope.htm

http://cz-usa.com/product_detail.php?id=1

Thanks!
......I mounted my gloss EFR on a Classic 452 with gloss/deluxe Burris rings and I like the looks of the high gloss blue of the gun and gloss rings and scope.........I also have a Zeiss conquest with the dark matte finish on a gloss Anschutz sporter that doesn't look mismatched.......I guess it's just personal impression-taste.......either way a nice gun and nice scope....great combo.....good luck and good shooting....enjoy the choice!!
 

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Go Gloss

Go with the gloss - don't have a CZ, but.
Do have a CD Superior II in .22lr - has an excellent blued finish on the metalwork. I thought it would be shame to mount a matte scope & rings on such a nice blued finish.
I mounted a gloss Burris 4-12X32 rimfire/airgun with a set of Millett rimfire Med. polished/engraved rings.
Works for me.
 
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