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Hi all🙂 My CZ457 Synthetic.This is a good hunting rifle, easy to shoot well and stress free to operate.

If you have a CZ457 Synthetic please stop by the facebook page 'CZ457 Synthetic, In The Field'.This is a brand new page for owner's of the CZ457 Synthetic.

Please see the link below.

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CZ 457 Synthetic, In The Field has 21 members. A small , friendly U.K. based group for CZ457 Synthetic owners who enjoy being out in nature hunting / vermin...

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  P.S. I hope it is ok to post the facebook link.Apologies if not, please delete the link.

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⁸ Had one for a short while. Too heavy but yes very accurate.  

My little beauty weighs half a ton with scope bipod torch at night and wood I love it when I first got it I got the magic rimfire trigger kit I’ve owned from new well over ten years and it’s still ext

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1 hour ago, Rimfire Rifles Freedom said:

Yeah, a good gun, shame they use a spring assisted type of extraction system though, unless I am mistaken.I am sure most Tikkas  do not have this problem though

Mine never has had any issues with extraction unlike some Browning T-Bolts.  I am not knocking the CZ guns at all as there are thousands out there doing a good job and I have had a couple but I find the Tikka bolt far smoother than the CZ or Browning but there again we all like different things.

Phil

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3 hours ago, philpot said:

Mine never has had any issues with extraction unlike some Browning T-Bolts.  I am not knocking the CZ guns at all as there are thousands out there doing a good job and I have had a couple but I find the Tikka bolt far smoother than the CZ or Browning but there again we all like different things.

Phil

Phil the new CZ 457 is just as good as the tikka, if not a bit better . As you know I have both  . CZ mags are far better than the tikka shit ones 

 

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20 minutes ago, villaman said:

Phil the new CZ 457 is just as good as the tikka, if not a bit better . As you know I have both  . CZ mags are far better than the tikka shit ones 

 

I agree with Villaman Phil  in that the 457 is NOT the same rifles as its predecessors (455, 457).I would have a Tikka in a heartbeat if I did NOT have the 457.

My previous .22LR was an Anschutz 1416 DG, which was a good rifle, but in my opinion the 457 is easily as accurate as the Anschutz , but the mechanical function of the 457 is superior to that of the Anschutz. The 457 also has the feel of a very modern rifle.

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Just now, Rimfire Rifles Freedom said:

I agree with Villaman Phil  in that the 457 is NOT the same rifles as its predecessors (455, 457).I would have a Tikka in a heartbeat if I did NOT have the 457.

My previous .22LR was an Anschutz 1416 DG, which was a good rifle, but in my opinion the 457 is easily as accurate as the Anschutz , but the mechanical function of the 457 is superior to that of the Anschutz. The 457 also has the feel of a very modern rifle.

Sorry, the above should read (455 & 452)

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7 minutes ago, Rimfire Rifles Freedom said:

I agree with Villaman Phil  in that the 457 is NOT the same rifles as its predecessors (455, 457).I would have a Tikka in a heartbeat if I did NOT have the 457.

My previous .22LR was an Anschutz 1416 DG, which was a good rifle, but in my opinion the 457 is easily as accurate as the Anschutz , but the mechanical function of the 457 is superior to that of the Anschutz. The 457 also has the feel of a very modern rifle.

My mate has Anschutz , my CZ is far better in every way apart from the trigger may be slightly better on the Anschutz and that’s a may be .

 

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3 minutes ago, villaman said:

My mate has Anschutz , my CZ is far better in every way apart from the trigger may be slightly better on the Anschutz and that’s a may be .

 

I am impressed with the 457 trigger.Mine is still at the factory setting and I probably will keep it this way.Yes, my Annie had a good trigger, but the 457 trigger more predicable and for me, easier to use.

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I have done the triggers on two 457's.

It's easy and so worth it.

I only have one 457 now in hmr. It is very good. The trigger breaks perfectly with near to no conscious effort. 

I like the strength of the striker on the 457's

I do not like how the crown is finished however it does shoot, except for 20g bullets....so far.

I've swapped the 22lr 457 for a 455 in hmr. There was two in the shop. I had a sneaky feel of their triggers. One seemed to have some creep and the other not so I put my name to that one!

To be honest, it was nice to be handling the older action again!

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