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I just can't say enough good things about these rifles. They work as advertised and they sure are pretty.
I've recently bought a CZ452 Varmint in .17HMR and have done a bit of scope swapping so here is the finished product for both the most recent CZ's.

Bruce

CZ452 Varmint - .17HMR w/ Nikon Buckmaster 6-18x40SF


CZ527 Varmint - .223 w/ Bushnell 4200 Elite 6-24x40
 

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I love my CZ/BRNOs.

Here's my newest one (arrived last Saturday).



Makes a nice set with this one:

 

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Those are both beautiful classic rifles - love the butter-knife bolt and set trigger.

The 7x57 was made in my birth year - very nice!

What caliber is the blond?

My CZ527 has the two stage trigger, makes for a great field rifle or a stationary set-up. Great trigger too!

Bruce
 

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Nice rifles....apparently, but I could never get past the rather plain looking wood. Never really seen one that I liked. Bob
 

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The 22F is also in 7x57.

I bought this 550FS 5 years ago (the day before I got fired from my job, good timing) and it's a 30-'06. Most of the new CZs do have uninspiring wood.



I got this 375 H&H 602 in 1986 or 87. Can't believe it's been over 20 years.



Then there's this old BRNO sporter I picked up last month on GB.



And this new CZ sporter I built 2 years ago.

 

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I bought a CZ 527 in 7.62 x 39 a couple of years ago and couldn't be happier. Beautiful wood (for the price), set trigger, and extremely accurate with handloads (I put a 2.5 x 8 Leupold on it). :D
 
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