CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint, Bolt Action, .17 HMR, 20.5″ Heavy Barrel, 5+1 Rounds

$475.00

Key Features

  • .17 HMR
  • 5+1 rounds
  • 20.5″ heavy-contour barrel
  • Varmint-style Turkish walnut stock
  • Integrated 11mm dovetail for optics
  • 60° bolt rotation for scope clearance
  • Trigger is adjustable for weight, creep and overtravel

CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint, Bolt Action, .17 HMR, 20.5″ Heavy Barrel, 5+1 Rounds

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CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint
CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint
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Because humans lack the natural weapons that other predators have, they have a long history of inventing tools to compensate. Buy hunting gun, Hunting weapons have evolved to increase the range of the hunter while keeping the ability to inflict crippling or death wounds, allowing the hunter to catch the game.
The spear was used for hunting in hominid and chimp communities as early as five million years ago, and it may have been used even earlier. The spear allowed the hunter to kill enormous animals from as far away as he could throw it; hunting gun for sale, the Roman pilum, for example, had a range of 30 meters (98 feet).
Spear throwing equipment like the bâton de commandement, woomera, and atlatl increased the range of the spear by allowing the hunter to throw it faster and further. A proficient user could hurl a dart up to 100 meters with the atlatl (110 yards). Except for Antarctica, archeological evidence of the atlatl has been discovered on all continents. hunting gun shop, Starting in the late Paleolithic, the atlatl was superseded by the easier to construct and use bow and arrow, which is still used in both sporting and hunting today. garmin for sale
Guns became the weapon of choice after the development of accurate, reliable firearms. Each each generation of hunting guns improved range and accuracy; nowadays, an experienced hunter can take animals from distances of over 1,000 meters with the right equipment and under ideal conditions (1 km).
The throwing stick is another hunting weapon that works on different principles than the spear. A well-designed throwing stick employs the principles of an airfoil shape and gyroscopic stability; the earliest of these dates back 200,000 years to ancient Poland. Buy garmin, The bending shape and symmetric airfoil cross-section of the kylie, an Australian hunting boomerang still in use today, provide stability and reduced drag for long, accurate throws.

Kylies do not return (which is a good thing because they are enormous, heavy, and dangerous), but smaller, lighter variants, such as the standard boomerang, demonstrate the famed circular path. Boomerangs have been found in many ancient societies, Buy garmin watch, from Egypt to North America, in both non-returning and returning varieties.

The sling, which permits small stones or metal balls to be hurled at considerably faster velocities than the arm alone, and the blowgun were two more early hunting weapons. The curare-tipped darts used in South American blowguns to paralyze small game are essentially similar to those used in current capture guns, with the exception that barbiturate is used instead of the paralytic curare. hunting gun

 

Drawing from a long lineage of Czech-made precision rifles, the CZ 457 Varmint combines a fine swappable barrel system, adjustable trigger, and CZ’s legendary cold hammer-forged barrel to create CZ’s finest Rimfire Rifle.

Not only does the 0.866″ heavy barrel make for good harmonics, it also allows the Varmint to perform well with a wide variety of rimfire loads, translating into an accurate platform for shooting targets or taking game. The Turkish walnut stock has an American-style comb for use with a scope and a wide, flat forend that rides a sandbag well. Laser-cut stippling gives grip fore and aft.

If we were to pick one thing that CZ’s previous rimfire platforms were lacking, it was an American-style push-to-fire safety—something Hunter’s Education instructors and 4-H shooting coaches have begged them to incorporate for years. The new 457 Varmint is equipped with the push-to-fire safety. Plus, CZ also took the opportunity to tweak a load of small things at the same time. In addition to the receiver-mounted, push-to-fire safety, they chopped almost an inch of length from the action and slab-sided it to reduce its footprint and weight.

The stamped bottom metal of the 455 is gone, swapped for a classy 2-piece interlocking system. To make scope fitment easier, CZ ditched the 90° bolt rotation in favor of 60°, allowing for larger ocular bell diameters with lower ring heights. To top it all off, the 457 now features a trigger adjustable for weight, creep and over-travel.

With the exact same swappable barrel system as the 455 and the same reliable polymer magazine system, the 457 is without a doubt the best rimfire platform CZ has ever fielded.

  • 0.866″ cold hammer-forged heavy barrel delivers superior accuracy
  • Swappable barrel system allows you to switch chambering
  • American-style Turkish walnut stock is flat on the bottom to ride a sandbag
  • New American-style push-to-fire safety
  • Trigger is adjustable for pull weight, creep and overtravel
  • 60° bolt throw allows for larger optics
  • Action is fully machined from bar stock
  • Integrated 11mm scope dovetail
  • Includes a 5-rd. detachable magazine

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Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 717519
  • Caliber: .17 HMR (aka .17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire)
  • Action: Bolt action
  • Capacity: 5+1
  • Barrel length: 20.5″
  • Barrel style: 1:9″ twist
  • Stock: American-style Turkish walnut
  • Length of pull: 13.75″
  • Trigger: Adjustable
  • Safety: Push-to-fire
  • Overall weight: 7.08 lbs.
  • Mfg. Number: 02342
CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint
CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint
CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint
CZ-USA CZ 457 Varmint, Bolt Action, .17 HMR, 20.5″ Heavy Barrel, 5+1 Rounds

$475.00

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