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CZ 17 HMR Varmint Rig

Discussion in 'Rimfire Forum' started by TexasVine, Oct 15, 2012.


  1. TexasVine

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    Here's a picture of my small varmint rig. CZ 453 in 17 HMR, Leupold Scope VXIII 4.5x14 and a Lazer Genetics ND3x50 Designator.

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  2. GlockPride

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    Wow. Very nice. Never failed to be impressed with a CZ. I think their owners must be a cut above.
     

  3. steve1911

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    Looks great.




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  4. Bill Keith

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    Looks top heavy:running:
     
  5. Hauptmann6

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    Extreme cold temps of 40 degrees and below? That's just below shorts weather.

    I assume it is like a high tech flashlight?
     
  6. CanMan

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    I've been trying to decide on a new 17 HMR rifle for ground rat bustin' this coming spring. Serious consideration being given to the CZ... I have a couple of 452s in .22 LR & I love 'em! I came in a little late to this thread so I didn't get to see a pic of yours. :(
     
  7. TexasVine

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    It allows you to paint a target out to 400-500 yards with a very tight green beam. I opted for the non sub zero for Texas temperature conditions and my LGS let me out the door for $335.00 on this one which was ay below retail. I was pleased with its performance first time out.
     
  8. CanMan

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    Yessir, that looks like a CZ alright, and a fine one at that. I'm still on the fence...CZ,Ruger-Ruger,CZ but it's going to be one or the other. I'm gonna run a 6.5-20 x 40 loopy on the top simply because I've got one that needs a new home.
    Thanks for the pic TexasVine!
     
  9. bac1023

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    Very nice :)