You know. I'm not sorry at all to say I Love my CZ-452 SUPER BRNO SAA 2500.


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flip180
October 16, 2005, 09:30 PM
I went to the range today after shooting my CZ-452 SUPER BRNO SAA 2500 22 LR rifle for the second time. The first time out was after an argument with my wife so, enjoying the trip to the range was pretty much ruined from the get go. All I really did then was zero the rifle. I was able to spend some serious plinking time with the gun today. I was shooting remington bulk/brick .22 HP ammo that I picked up from wal-mart some time ago. I can't remember specifics about it since I had it in a tupperware container. I started out with clay pigeons at the 50 and 75 yard berms. It was all too easy. The pigeons on the 50 yard berm were propped up right on the target stands. This gun is crazy accurate even with iron sights. I was able determine where on the pigeon that I wanted the bullet to strike at 50 yards. I would start at the top and then shoot it on the left side and finished it off with either the third or fouth round. After finishing off those targets, I laid out more on them on the 75, 100 and 125 yard berms to make it more difficult. I had a blast. Once I got used to there the elevation settings on the mauser style rear sight should be for each berm, the pigeons were easy pickings. Lets just say I ran out of things to shoot at before I ran out of ammo. I shot at the peices to make smaller peices until there was nothing else to shoot at. I was very lucky to find this rifle off of www.gunbroker.com for 189.00. It is one of the funnest rifles that I've shot. I thought I would get bored shooting the CZ that I took my Marlin 1894C .357/.38 with williams fire sights with me to change it up a bit. I never touched the Marlin except to put it back up in it's case to go home. It's wierd to say this but, I felt almost at one with the rifle. Everything culminated down to the target, sights and trigger. My mind didn't even hardly register the SKS going off in the stall further down the fireing line. Here is a link to a pretty detailed write up about the CZ-452 SUPER BRNO like the one that brought with me today. I don't mean to sound snotty about this gun but it is a wonderfull and highly reccomended little gun.

http://gunblast.com/Paco_CZ452.htm

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R.W.Dale
October 16, 2005, 09:39 PM
They are quite nice. I have the "super exclusive" model.

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y96/krochus/Hpim0338.jpg

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y96/krochus/Hpim0339.jpg

I paid $300 for mine.

flip180
October 16, 2005, 09:59 PM
That super exclusive is identical to mine except what's stamped on the barrel. They're almost elegant in the way they look. It is hard to believe it is a .22. It really feels like a real rifle of a serious caliber when I pick it up and not a .22. On the way home, I was seriously thinking about getting a 452 varmint and putting a leupold rifleman or a VX-I scope on it for paper punching.

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GunGoBoom
October 16, 2005, 10:07 PM
What's the bbl length on the left one? :eek:

flip180
October 16, 2005, 10:11 PM
What's the bbl length on the left one? :eek:

The one on the left is identical to the rifle I was shooting today. I believe it is 29 inches. It is the longest rifle I have. It is even longer than my .223 Remmy 700 VLS.

Flip.

crt360
October 16, 2005, 11:06 PM
That is one long barrel. Maybe it's a metro .22 :D

I really like the 452. My brother has one that is super accurate and fun to shoot. Maybe one of these days when I quit spending money on 10/22 stuff I'll get one.

jefnvk
October 17, 2005, 12:29 AM
I found a Super Exclusive a few days after I got my Trainer. Wish I would have waited, looked like a nice rifle.

Then again, all the CZ's are nice rifles.

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