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Do I really need a bolt 22LR?

Discussion in 'Rimfire Weapons' started by HoLeChit, Dec 31, 2020.

  1. El Pablo

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    no, anshutz 54 should beat it. If not... something is very wrong.

    Love my cz 452 and tika t1x, but an anshutz 54 they are not. They also cost 1/4 of the price
     
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    Paid 850 online. You did not say anything about cost you just made a blanket statement about being the most accurate
     
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    M12 (1).JPG The only bolt .22 I have is an Anschutz sporting/ hunting type rifle. I had the barrel threaded and keep a suppressor on it for night critters . The best thing about it is it shoots longs, long rifle , and shorts. I forgot my M12 target rifle
     
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    No, actually what I said is that I'd bet HE didn't have anything more accurate than a CZ, within the context if he had a tack driver there might be no need to get a bolt action .22. Since he's asking if he should get a bolt action, I assumed he doesn't have an Anschutz.

    All things being equal, I'd rather have the Anschutz, but someone said CZ is hard to beat for the money, and I agree. Prices are definitely NOT equal.
     
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    Reread u r post and u r correct. I stand corrected!!
     
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    So I finally found the exact 457 I wanted, but they sold it as I was sending over my ffl info. What do you guys think of the 457 varmint precision trainer? Is it worth the extra cash? I’ve heard mixed reviews regarding the Boyd’s at one stock, so I’m not sure about getting one of those.
     
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    I was at H&H last night. They had a few CZs on the shelf. I didn't pay attention to which models though.
     
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    Yeah, they’re all American or royal models. I’m wanting that stock, but more than anything, a varmint profile barrel. Went by cops yesterday and he can’t source what I need either.
     
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    This one??

    https://grabagun.com/firearms/rifle...unds-adjustable-luth-ar-stock-right-hand.html


    Or maybe these.

    https://grabagun.com/firearms/rifles/bolt-action-rifles/cz-457-varm-prec-22lr-camo-24-tb.html

    https://grabagun.com/firearms/rifle...2lr-24-5-rounds-adjustable-luth-ar-stock.html
     
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