CZ 451 Varmint Precision Chassis

Lightweight rifle is highly adjustable

With coyotes becoming more of an offseason target for hunters across the Southeast, and with plinking and target shooting as popular as ever, gun manufacturer CZ has breached the rimfire rifle market with a stunning offering.

The CZ 457 Varmint Precision Chassis, chambered for .22LR, is built on an aluminum chassis, weighs only 7 pounds and is ready to go, right out of the box.

The Luth-AR stock can be configured to fit nearly any shooter, comfortably. Likewise, the trigger is adjustable for weight, creep and over travel, so it can quickly and easily be fine-tuned for each shooter.

The CZ 457 has a bolt that rotates just 60º, allowing plenty of room between bolt handle and scope for easier cycling of rounds from the detachable, five-round magazine. The receiver accepts bigger scopes and lower rings.

The rifle is available in two different barrel lengths, with 16 1/2-inch and 24-inch versions.

MSRP: $999.

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