cz 455

The CZ 455 is a series of magazine-fed bolt-action rimfire repeating rifle manufactured by the Czech firearms manufacturer Česká Zbrojovka Uherský Brod (abbreviated "CZ-UB", English: Czech Weapons Factory — Uherský Brod) and imported into the United States by CZ-USA. It is a successor of the highly popular CZ 452 rifles, and is chambered for the .22 LR (1:16" twist rate), .22 WMR (1:16" twist) and .17 HMR (1:9" twist) calibers.
The CZ 455 is produced with new manufacturing technology capable of closer tolerances for improved accuracy and smoother operation. All CZ 455s have hammer-forged, hand-lapped steel barrels, a trigger that is adjustable for weight of pull, and the capability to interchange barrels in different contours and calibers by simply removing two set screws from the receiver.

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  1. 2ndtimer

    CZ 455 Ammo test at 50 yards

    I normally shoot my CZ 455 in our informal 100 yard matches at my gun club. But a lot of people test ammo at 50 yards, probably due to less wind effect, so I thought maybe I should just see hiw it fared with different ammo. The loads were as follows: SK...
  2. NCW_Robert

    new CZ 455 Thumbhole Stainless

    Ever want something but can't have it? Searching "the google" and found this above... Cool new CZ 455 Thumbhole Stainless but seems it is only available in the EU? C,MON CZ bring it over to this side of the pond please. ;) Any CZ dealers out there? Please contact your CZ distributor and...
  3. bogeycentral

    CZ 455 or Tikka T1x ??

    For those that have the new Tikka T1x, do you see any discernible improvement over the CZ 455? Reason I ask, is that I recently picked up a CZ, and before I go furterndown the rabbit hole of building it, I was curious on input. In all likelihood, I will likely not change the barrel on it to a...
  4. bogeycentral

    Best CZ 455 stocks?

    Looking to go away from the factory walnut CZ stock and am interested in picking up either a higher end stock or chassis setup? Mainly looking at the KRG, Manners, McMillan, McCrees or even a Boyd’s which would clearly require bedding & pillar work. Looked at the MDT briefly but lack of a longer...
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