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CZ Firearms CZ 445 Stainless Steel 22WM / 22LR 5RND  the main parts of the anti-corrosion model CZ 455 Stainless are made of stainless steel and the bol.. Product #: CZ 455 22WM based on 0 reviews 1
Brand: CZ Firearms
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 the main parts of the anti-corrosion model CZ 455 Stainless are made of stainless steel and the bolt and small parts are treated with the anti-corrosion arcor finish. The attractive black/green polymer stock is finished in soft-touch.

This variant of the successful CZ 455 rimfire rifle has a highly increased resistance against the weather, especially moisture. It has been achieved by the extensive use of stainless steel combined with the highly durable and abrasion resistant ARCOR surface treatment, based on salt bath nitriding.The stock is made of robust polymer reinforced with glass fibre. For maximum user comfort, it has a soft-touch finish. The result is an attractive weapon that is suitable for all kinds of adverse weather conditions.

  • 525 mm long, hammer forged stainless steel barrel

  • The bolt has anticorrosion black finish

  • CZ 455 modular system
  • Stainless steel firing pin

  • Stainless steel receiver
  • Softtouch polymer stock

  • Stainless steel trigger and trigger guard

  • Stainless steel follower

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Vicki Cusick shared a photo. 9 months ago

HEY EVERYBODY WE HAVE ADI POWDER IN AGAIN AFTER LONG WAIT

HEY EVERYBODY WE HAVE ADI POWDER IN AGAIN AFTER LONG WAIT
Shane Green shared a photo. 1 year ago

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A very rare item displayed at the last Wanaka Airshow! A 100 round drum magazine for a Bren gun for anti aircraft use during WWII.
Shane Green shared a photo. 1 year ago

Here is an example of pushing the envelope! An 80gr Berger .224 projectile at 3650 fps from a 22/6mm Improved . The target was indoors at 25m and I... Show more

Here  is an example of  pushing the envelope! An 80gr Berger .224 projectile at 3650 fps from a 22/6mm Improved .  The target was indoors at 25m and I believe what the comet tail tells us is that the lead core actually melted and exited through  the  hollow point?
Josh Cavallaro Thats cool you can see the spiral from the bullet!! 1 year ago
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Vicki Cusick shared a photo. 1 year ago

Me picking up my prize for 1st in FTR at Mareeba

Me picking up my prize for 1st in FTR at Mareeba
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