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CZ 452 versus CZ 452 E

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by sqroot3, Feb 25, 2010.

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  1. sqroot3

    sqroot3 Member

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    I was in the local gun shop and asked to see a CZ 452. They didn't have CZ 452 in stock, but they DID have what was labeled on the store tag as the CZ 452 E. It had a European-style stock, and I think it was beechwood.

    What's the difference between the CZ 452 and the CZ 452 E? Is the CZ 452 E perhaps the CZ 452 Ultra Lux or the CZ 452 military training rifle? A quick google search didn't turn up much.
     
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    www.czusa.com That will tell you everything you need to know. And those european style stocks look kinda funky at first, but they grow on you in a hurry. I have a 452 2E "trainer". It is a great rifle and one I will not let go of. CZ also has the new interchangeable barrel 455 coming out soon. The 455 is said to replace most if not all of the 452s.
     
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    There is no distinguishing them, model to model, by lettering after the 452. There are different models but they are named, not numbered or lettered to designate one from another. I have seen CZ refer to these rifles as CZ 452-2E ZKM. That said there are a bunch of 452 models with many differences between them. There is also a new 455 model coming out shortly and it looks as if they are bringing back an updated 511 now named the 512. I pray that the 512 is as good as the old 511. If it is close it will be my next buy.
     
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    thank you for the informative replies! juk, of course i have perused the czusa website. otherwise i wouldn't have brought this up for your consideration! :) glad to hear the european stocks are at least tolerable. the european stock i handled actually seemed like it was a good fit--the drop at the heel really helped sighting.

    benzy, interesting re the E/2E designation. i guess i'll have to ask the shop what the specific model is. is the model printed on the rifle?
     
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