Does CZ make any left handed center fire bolt actions?


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dm1333
January 12, 2006, 11:54 PM
I know that they make a .22 rimfire in a left handed model. Their website didn't have any info about this. Thanks.

Don

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CB900F
January 13, 2006, 12:07 AM
DM;

Not that I know of, and believe me I've been looking.

900F

dm1333
January 13, 2006, 01:57 AM
Besides Ruger have you run into any left hand bolt actions, and did you pick your screen name because you own one. I traded in a nice CB900C on an 88 Harley back in 1999.

ArmedBear
January 13, 2006, 03:20 AM
Winchester Model 70 current production includes several left-handed models, including the Featherweight, my personal wish-list gun from them.

Charles Daly (Zastava) sells a .223 Mini Mauser and a .30-06 Mauser in left handed versions. Zastava made the Yugo SKS and Mauser rifles; it's a quality manufacturer. They also sell actions and barrelled actions unfinished, blue and stainless, in left handed versions, for custom Mauser buildups.

Remington 700 and 40XB rifles come in leftie versions. Look on their web site under Firearms -> Left Handed

Weatherby now offers its Mark V in many left-handed versions.

Savage has a full line of leftie centerfire rifles.

Chances are, they won't be on the rack. But they can all be ordered.

CB900F
January 13, 2006, 11:22 AM
DM;

What Armed Bear said. Also Tikka's Whitetail Hunter series had a good selection of LHB's. So far the T-3 line that replaces the Whitetail Hunter has not issued any LHB's. Probably due to the stunning sales of the T-3 as released, they don't want to take the time & manufacturing capacity to do the LHB's until things at least level off on the RHB's. However, Tikka is Sako & Sako has always supported us lefties. What with Beretta now owning Sako though, maybe things have changed.

I have a Zastava .223 mini Mauser, a Winchester new model 70 classic stainless in .30-06, and a Tikka Whitetail in .338 Winmag, all LHB's. I just sold a Savage MKII .22lr LHB also. That sale is helping the financing of a new CZ 452 .22lr LHB. The Daly .223 is the problem child of the batch. Outstanding wood, crude machining. I have a feeling it's going to be a long hard uphill pull to get it to shoot to the standard I want it to. If CZ starts to offer the 527 in LHB, somebody's gonna buy an exhibition grade stock with a figurative Yugo attached.

Yes, I bought the 900F new in 81 & still have it. I roadraced it in the MRA in the eighties. I recently got it up & running on the street again. It's a considerable surprise to some of the kids on the crotch rockets. When it was a race bike, it was an AMA legal 1025 Superbike.

:evil: 900F

sumpnz
January 13, 2006, 11:54 PM
YES, CZ does (or did) make a lefty bolt gun. They call it the Model 3. Unfortunaly for my wife they only make it in WSM calibers (.270, 7mm and .30). According to their website (http://cz-usa.com/01.02.php) the model has been discontinued for some reason.

CB900F
January 14, 2006, 10:49 AM
Fella's;

Sumpnz is correct, I forgot about the model 3 CZ. Mostly because it's hard to think of it as a CZ. The gun is made just up the road in Kalispell Montana by MRC, Montana Rifle Company. These are essentially Winchester model 70 actions. I've been told that the raw recievers are produced by Ruger.

900F

dm1333
January 14, 2006, 06:00 PM
I had looked at a few brands that were brought up here. I'm really liking the Savage line, especially the Package series(I think). Looks like an accurate rifle for a good price.

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