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39 minutes ago, samboy said:

Have done everything you have said with the 452 but could be short stroking the bolt. But the spent cases take some prising out.

The 457 has not had much use so shouldn't be dirty but i will try new ammo and report back in a couple of weeks.

Yes, an update would be useful thanks.Same with 457 possibly being short stroked?

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40 minutes ago, FLATTOP said:

I’ve had a 452 .17 for the past 12 years plus it’s always delivered very accurate results when I upgrade it will be another Cz in synthetic. 

The ultimate rabbit gun.

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Nice shooting.👍🏻 and nice looking rifle.Having had a few rifles with walnut stocks I do actually prefer a good synthetic stock.The 457 Synthetic stock is basic but well thought out in that it is very comfortable which allows for a correct cheek weld.

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Put 20 Eley subs through 457 today. No problem at all. Will try Norma and CCI next week.

I know 20 is not many but the winnies would of stuck after 1 or 2. Eley's seemed a tad thinner than the winnies.

Might be my eyes.

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4 hours ago, samboy said:

Put 20 Eley subs through 457 today. No problem at all. Will try Norma and CCI next week.

I know 20 is not many but the winnies would of stuck after 1 or 2. Eley's seemed a tad thinner than the winnies.

Might be my eyes.

Samboy, the cases on the Winchester 42 grain hollow point I believe are a little bit longer than a typical subsonic .22lr hollow point. I read this on the Winchester website a few years ago if memory serves.I am not 100% certain about this, but think this is correct.

I am not surprised the Eley are extracting without issue and so will the Norma and CCI be without issue as the 457 is very reliable.

I would not use the Winchesters.

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Never really found a need for anything but CZ for field use, and never found a need to upgrade to newer models, all mine are 452...except the bottom semi, a Magtech! (it was daft cheap, about £125 brand new I remember).

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