CZ 452 American Left-Hand
Product Description

Though the right-handed versions of the 452 American has been transitioned to the 455 line, the left-handed versions of the CZ 452 American are still available.

This model of our rimfire has 3/8" dovetails milled into the receiver for mounting scope rings.

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SKU 02017
Price $464.00 USD
Ammunition .22 LR
Magazine Capacity 5
Magazine Type Detachable
Rate of Twist 1:16 in
Weight 5.900 lbs
Overall Length 40.160 in
Barrel Length 22.520 in
Length of Pull 13.740 in
Barrel Cold Hammer Forged
Barrel Finish Blued
Receiver Finish Blued
Stock Walnut
Stock Type LH American
Trigger Poundage ADJ
Sights No Sights, Integrated scope 3/8" Dovetail
Safety Manual firing pin block
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    • -no title- - Added 3 months ago.
      Added by Jon

      My 452, .22LR, LH American is almost 3 years old. I purchased it for NRA Off Hand SB Metallic Silhouette. It is VERY accurate at 100 meters, sighting in off sandbags, using Std Velocity. My scope is Sightron's 6-24X42 SIL w BKLTech. rings w risers.

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CZ 455 American

The Rimfire rifles produced by Ceska Zbrojovka Uhersky Brod are among the most sought-after firearms in the world.

· Manufactured from steel billets
· Trigger adjustable for weight
· Hammer forged barrel

The CZ 452 rifles are manufactured from steel billets not tubing or plastic, the barrels are hammer forged for accuracy and long life. The trigger is adjustable for weight, and the safety is located above the rear of the bolt and provides a positive firing pin block. Single shot adapters, 5 rd magazines and 10 rd magazines are available for this line of rimfire rifles.

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