CZ has upgraded their popular line of rimfire rifles with some new synthetic stock rimfire bolt actions. In total, there are two new rifles all with synthetic stocks but also with different upgraded features over some of the older models of CZ 22LR rifles.
CZ Introduces New Synthetic Stock Rimfire Rifles for 2021
CZ 457 STAINLESS – A NEW POLYMER STOCK RIMFIRE RIFLES
We will now give you some exciting news about our long arms, where three new models have been added to the popular CZ 457 rimfire rifle series. The first we’ll speak about is the new CZ 457 STAINLESS. This .22 LR rimfire rifle with a thin-walled, stainless steel barrel is especially suitable for use in the field. The stock is made of durable polymer that features an attractive digital camouflage pattern.
INTRODUCING THE CZ 457 SYNTHETIC SET – RIMFIRE RIFLE WITH OPTICS
Let’s continue with more news about our polymer rimfire rifles. What do you get when you take the CZ 457 SYNTHETIC rimfire rifle that was successfully introduced to market last year and fit it with a new CZ riflescope specifically developed for use with CZ firearms? The CZ 457 SYNTHETIC SET, of course, which is the first package we’ve put together that provides you with a rimfire rifle and optics. Just unpack and aim!
The CZ SCOPE 3–9 × 42 riflescope is made of aerospace-grade duralumin and is secured on a two-piece duralumin mount. Its main features include 3-9 magnification, 42mm lens diameter, non-illuminated reticle placed in the second focal plane (SFP), fixed parallax at 50 meters, high light transmission coefficient, turret with 1/4 MOA clicks and water resistance. Reliable and consistent shot groupings have been tested on the CZ 557 rifle series. You can also buy the CZ SCOPE 3–9 × 42 riflescope separately in stores or from our new e-shop.
Both of these new offerings from CZ are sure to please both CZ fans and those looking to get a new, durable and reliable .22LR rifle to add to their collection. Stainless steel barrels are starting to be more common in my own personal collection but I still have yet to add one to my list of .22LR rifles. What are your thoughts on these new releases?