CZ 452 Ultra Lux


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Aug 13, 2012
The Republic of Texas
I had a Marlin 30-30 and 45-70, calling them Big and Little Enos Burdette...:cool:

Well, I sold the 30-30 but just added a CZ 452 Ultra Lux in 22LR to go with my CZ 453 Varmint in 17 HMR. The 452 / 453 is now discontinued and while not terribly hard to find, they're are getting there.

Anyway, here's my new 452 and my new Big and Little Enos collection. It's wearing a Millett 4-16 in BKL rings and a Harris Bi-pod. I plan to install a YoDave trigger kit and possibly a Boyd's thumbhole stock. If not, this one will get bedded and floated soon.

Indoor cell pics don't do these two justice but not a good weekend for the range.


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Nov 23, 2015
New Mexico
Nice looking set up you got there!

My CZ452 is one of the older BRNO made ones. It is a tack driver, but I need to get a better scope for it. I had a BSA Sweet 22 on it for a bit, but the .22 matches I am shooting in just got extended to 200 meters, so that scope doesn't cut it anymore. I am thinking on switching it out for a Mueller scope:



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Jan 24, 2012
Kirksville Missouri
I want to get my 11 year old a lux for 4-h small bore rifle competition. He currently shoots a savage mark II but I think the lux would serve him better and grow with him. I can't find in a store for hm to handle but I bo have a CZ 455 varmint in 17hmr. Can you tell me what the comparison in weight would be from the savage to the varmint to the lux. I like the longer barrel of the lux but I'm worried about him being able to handle it ( he's not a very big guy). He can handle the varmint off hand standing so I'm wondering if he would be able to handle the lux prone. Any help would be appreciated. I don't want to drop 400-500 on a rifle that won't fit hm.


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