CZ 457 Varmint For Sale Description
An elite small game firearm, the CZ 457 Varmint For Sale rifle is the best rimfire long gun CZ-USA has ever fielded.
Featuring a cold hammer forged 20.5 inch barrel with a 1:16 twist, a Turkish style walnut stock complete with a comfortable palm swell and intricate stippling on the vertical grip, one 5 round magazine, and a push to fire safety, the CZ 457 Varmint MTR 22LR rifle from Omaha Outdoors is packed with features for range training or varmint hunting.
This handsome gun is also highly accurate and has a fully adjustable trigger, making it a 22LR that delivers maximum performance for an affordable price.
FAQ On CZ 457 Varmint For Sale
- What is CZ 457 MTR
A highly precise model with a special stock made from premium walnut. The thick-walled, cold hammer forged match-grade barrel in 22 LR caliber is equipped with a MATCH chamber. Thanks to this feature, and all other improvements in the new CZ 457 series, this model guarantees 15 mm groups at a distance of 50 m.
- Is CZ 457 any good
Accuracy while testing the CZ 457 exceeded expectations. Five-shot, 50-yard groups all measured less than a half-inch — from all match loads tested! One magazine is included with each CZ 457 LRP, and it holds five rounds of . 22 LR.
- Does the CZ 457 MTR have a threaded barrel?
As I mentioned, the 457 VPC MTR has a short 16-inch barrel, and it’s a cold-hammer-forged bull style with an 0.875-inch diameter. It’s threaded 1/2×28, and that’s one reason behind having such a short tube.
- How accurate is a CZ 457?
CZ 457 Accuracy — What Can It Deliver? I have done extensive testing with my CZ 457 using both factory and aftermarket barrels. You can expect the stock barrel to group most match ammunition around 0.3″ at 50 yards. This can obviously vary but this is a good general standard.
- Is CZ better then Glock
If you have experience with neither, you’re probably going to be better at shooting the Glock 19 quicker than using the double-action/single-action trigger in the CZ. Alternatively, if you’re an experienced double-/single-action shooter, it’s going to be really hard to beat the CZ 75.
- Is a CZ a Glock
They’re two very different guns. The CZ 75 is a double-/single-action steel-frame pistol while the Glock 19 is striker-fired with a polymer frame. However, they do have one thing in common: the roles they filled in their time.
FAQ On CZ
- Is the CZ good
The CZ 75 is, some would say the best of both worlds. It has the super smooth double action single action trigger while having the wonderful ergonomics of the Browning Hi-power. You can easily find clones of the CZ 75. This is because it’s the second most copied handgun in the world following only the 1911.
- Does any military use CZ?
The Beretta 92 and SIG P226 were on the drawing board at the same time, but the CZ 75 was designed and executed under the Soviet Union’s umbrella, entering series production in 1975. The pistol has been used by at least 22 countries’ armed forces and police.
- Are CZ worth money
Cubic zirconia is very inexpensive, since it’s synthetic and mass-produced. A cut and polished one carat cubic zirconia stone will cost $20 and a similar two carat stone will cost about $30. This is far cheaper than diamonds, which start at $1800 for one carat and increase considerably as size goes up.
- Which CZ rifle is the best
The CZ 457 is the best rimfire rifle that CZ has ever made, as it incorporates every lesson CZ has learned along the way. The improvements made on the CZ 455 to create the CZ 457 include shortening the action, cutting flats in the receiver sides, a new safety, an adjustable trigger and a 60-degree bolt throw.
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