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New CZ-527 .223 Bolt Action Carbine

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Bryce720, May 22, 2012.

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  1. Bryce720

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    I won a CZ-527 .223 Bolt Action Carbine at a Sporting Clays shoot and have no need for it. Retail on this item is $711.00. The absolute cheapest I have seen the carbine in low 600's. I am offering it for $525 shipped and insured to your ffl. Might be interested in some trades. Thanks

    Bryce 720-560-5946
    Lnhend3@hotmail.com

    Product Description

    The Carbine is an intermediate range 'brush gun.' This handy rifle features open sights, a straight comb walnut stock and weighs less than 6 pounds! It's the only model in the CZ family of bolt action rifles that is chambered for the popular .223. This cartridge is a top pick for younger shooters for its low recoil and effectiveness on medium sized game such as deer or wild boar out to 200 yards. Both cartridges offered in the 527 Carbine model are economical to shoot given their service rifle heritage.

    SKU 03060
    Price $711.00 USD
    Ammunition
    Ammunition .223 Rem
    Magazine Capacity 5
    Magazine Type Detachable
    Rate of Twist 1:12 in
    Dimensions
    Weight 5.870 lbs
    Overall Length 37.400 in
    Barrel Length 18.500 in
    Height 7.900 in
    Width 3.030 in
    Length of Pull 13.460 in
    Features
    Barrel Cold Hammer Forged
    Barrel Finish Blued
    Receiver Finish Blued
    Stock Walnut
    Stock Type Straight line comb Carbine
    Trigger Single Set
    Trigger Mech. Adjustable
    Sights Fixed, Integrated 16mm Scope Bases
    Safety Two Position Manual Firing Pin Block and Bolt Lock
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  2. Bryce720

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    The product description you added (likely was cut and paste) is for a 7.62x39 caliber and not the .223 caliber that your gun is chambered for.
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    Thanks, Corrected the thread
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    TTT, All pm's replied too. Open to offers or trades. Thanks
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    I have a 527 American in .221 Fireball, a tack driving machine! Great price and gun, should sell quick.
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    Man, that is 1 heck of a deal. I just have no need for it at this time!

    Oscar
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    The CZ's are known for having excellent barrels.

    I have a friend who is a serious metal head (Camp Perry Shooter) who purchased older operating room equipment designed for taking pictures internally...he uses this equipment to review/judge barrels. He told me that looking at production Savage vs production CZ that you would think Savage was using an inferior machining process. Claims CZ bores/barrels are some of the best production available.
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