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I have a CZ 452 that I want to scope and I just need some suggestions, looking in the $200 price range.


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Check out the offerings from Nikon. Base model prices start at around $100.
I have a rimfire Pro-Staff EFR Target Model 3x9 that was very sweet until I dropped the rifle it was on and ruined the scope.
Nikon has a new one in the mail, free, as I write.

http://www.nikonsportoptics.co...taff-target-efr.html


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Sfwa 10x, i have two of them. Fixed 10 power scope.
 
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Check out the offerings from Nikon. Base model prices start at around $100.
I have a rimfire Pro-Staff EFR Target Model 3x9 that was very sweet until I dropped the rifle it was on and ruined the scope.
Nikon has a new one in the mail, free, as I write.

http://www.nikonsportoptics.co...taff-target-efr.html


I have this same one on my CZ 455, really like it.



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Any suggestions for rings?mounts?


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I put EGW rails on my 455's, then I can use whatever rings I want. If not I believe you'll need some 11mm dovetailed rings? Probably higher than you'd like as you'll need to clear the bolt handle


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Do some further research on the mounts. The claw type that fits the CZ is a bit different than the standard mount - ie picatinny mounts don’t work. Don’t remember a particular brand, but CZ I think does make mounts for their rifles. I have and use a “high” set, so my head in more vertical when I shoot.
 
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The 452 is one of my favorites. I have several. I put either a 4x rimfire leupold or the better variable 3-9 EFR. The dovetail is 3/8" but I normally get the EGW rail mount as its way more useful. I'm not sure the comments above about mounts but most but not all 3/8" dovetails should fit fine.


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I REALLY like the Leupold VX Freedom 3x9x40. Great value on a high quality US made optic. Right in your price range too.

https://www.leupold.com/scopes...0?selectedSku=174183

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I've been very happy with my leupold vx1 rimfire 2-7x28 scopes, I have a few of them, dont see any reason to change, the freedom one would be a good choice too.
 
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The scope ring groove for the 452 American is 3/8ths but the other models are 11mm. BKL for scope rings.



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Thanks for all the input guys.


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Make sure whatever scope you buy has an adjustable objective if you're serious about accuracy.

I use Burris Signature rimfire rings on my CZ rifles. Actually I use Burris Signature rings on all my rifles.
 
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I have a Nikon Prostaff Rimfire with Leupold rings and it is a delightful combo on my Savage.


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Take a look at Mueller scopes. I have one on my
10/22 build and i'm extremely happy with it.
 
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I have been very pleased with Warne rings on my CZs. Set the dimple up and left for 3/8ths and down and right for 11mm.
 
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