I’ve put my CZ 455 Precision Trainer .22LR rifle up for sale on consignment at Howell Gun Works.
The rifle is in “like new” condition with a very low round count (~400 rounds of match grade .22LR).
The price is $1100.00 and the gun comes with the following upgrades and extras:
Four 5 round CZ factory magazines
One 10 round CZ factory magazine
EGW 20 MOA rail
Glades Armory knurled bolt handle (along with the factory handle)
20.5 inch heavy contour barrel
Manners T4 composite stock
As mentioned above, the rifle is on consignment at Howell Gun Works, so the sale would be completed directly through them.
Here’s a picture of the rifle. The sale is for the rifle only along with the parts listed above. The scope, scope rings, and the stock pack shown in the picture are not included:
I know the two are bolt 455 and semi auto 512. I'm looking to see if there is anyone who has experience with either or both. I'm finally flush with cash and looking to invest... Or just enough to afford one, potaTOE/poTAtoe.
I've been having a tough time deciding of bolt or semi. I know that bolt with help with discipline and should be more accurate but the ease of a semi is appealing, plus home defense in a pinch. I may be be trying to balance too many things with that issue. To stay on track, opinions or first hand accounts of either rifle is appreciated. Or just plain old advice. Thanks guys.