What's happening at Precise Shooter this week? (Part III)
Continued from here.
CZs are my favorite guns, at least as far as handguns and rimfire rifles go. We have a few interesting recent additions to our catalog.
First, there are now sufficient number of Scorpions that they don't disapper within an hour, and we were able to get 3 (three!) on our last
allocation from a distributor. And as of this writing, two are still here.
Price: (currently unavailable)
By the way, we have a few 30-round magazines for it ((currently unavailable)).
But also, we've gotten a Bren - another old new gun, famous in the CZ past, new to the US. Brens are crazy expensive, but they are built more
solidly (all metal) than the Scorpions and are chambered in 223.
Price: $1,765.95 (in stock)
Another rarity, a 527 carbine in 7.62x39 - combine the extreme accuracy of CZ with the extreme affordability of world's most popular centerfire rifle round!
Price: $664.95 (in stock)
CZ 452 was a staple of smallbore shooters for literally decades - and now we hold what appears to be the last reserve of this rifles in the USA. While they were plentiful,
we have squirreled away a number of these rifles, and now that they have been discontinued in favor of CZ 455, we pulled them from the storage to make available to the
In particular, we have the last - the very last, there are no more - CZ 452 Military Trainer. These rifles are immensely popular and very, very accurate. So accurate,
in fact, that they are called "Czech Anschutzes". This was my first rimfire rifle, and still is one of my favorites.
Here is my range report on one of these rifles.
Price: $399.95 (in stock)
CZ 452 UltraLux is very similar to the Military Trainer - except for the 28" barrel, which significantly improves the sight radius and makes using the great
military sights that both rifles have a pleasure.
We still have a bunch of them - when they went out of production I bought several dozen of them which remained at one distributor. This is the last of them though - when
this batch is gone, it is gone forever.
Here is my range report on mine.
Price: $449.95 (in stock)
Of course we also have a bunch of common CZ guns. Probably, the best collection west of Mississippi :-)!
Ruger Precision Rifle
As of this writing, we are in possession of one (1) Ruger Precision Rifle in 308. These are super hot, so it is unclear how long it will last.
The current status is here: (currently unavailable)
We have the last remaining Century CETME Clone still in stock.
To my knowledge, no more remains at any of the distributors. As with all military surplus based rifles, you buy them when they are available, or you buy them from
the secondary market later - but at a lot more. Remember the $500 PSLs?
Price: $674.95 (special order)
FN claims the bolt rifle level of accuracy on this gun. I do not own one yet, so I cannot comment - you would have to figure this out for yourself!
Price: (currently unavailable)
Remington 5R and 700P
Most of my rifles are Savages. In fact, until just a couple months ago ALL my centerfire target rifles were Savages - I own a bunch of stuff for collecting purposes,
but the only ones I actually shot for pleasure were variations of Model 10 and Model 12 - 10FP, 10FCP, 10TR, 12F/T, 12LRPV, 12 Palma, and such. As far as centerfire
bolt actions go, I am very firmly in the Savage camp.
With two exceptions. I now own Remington 700P (police) in 308 and a 700 5R in 223. These guns are renown for their accuracy, they come well-equipped in HS Precision
stocks, and can easily give even the best Savages their run for the money. The 5R is the rifling type used in M24 Sniper System.
Here is a review of a 700 Mil-Spec 5R and a
700P. I will post my own reviews shortly.
This is one of the rarest guns I have ever seen. We only ever had two.
Price: (currently unavailable)
Though this gun will probably not last long enough for you to read it, we do have plenty of other rare Kel-Tec guns in stock, at good prices (even on the rarest of the
rare guns we never charge more than MSRP.
Smith & Wesson Model 17 Masterpiece
Smith & Wesson Model 17 22lr revolver is called a "Masterpiece" for a reason. This is one of the world's best 22LR guns - fit, finish, accuracy, the way it looks, the heft
of it in the hand. I only see them once a year, and we've got - across all our distributors - only three (I bought all they had). I am leaving one for me, one of the other
two can be yours.
Price: $869.95 (in stock)
With the hunting season on us, we have a fantastic assortment of inexpensive hunting rifles and scopes to go with them. For best price/performance ratio we recommend
Savage rilfes, but we also have a few Marlin and Rossi
lever actions which are inexpensive, fun to shoot, easy on the shoulder, and use inexpensive and plentiful ammunition.
As you probably have noticed, I tend to recommend Savages a lot - including the AXIS rifles. If you'd like to know why, read this, or
come by the store and ask to see the target!
We ALWAYS keep on hand a bunch of rimfire rifle. These are great for a whole range of shooters - from
We mostly focus on Savage and CZ rifles, because they have the best accuracy for the price,
but we also carry a lot of 10/22s because they are affordable, customizable, and incredibly popular.
And for the most discriminating shooter, we have a few Anschutz rifles in stock.
Here are a few of Range reports on Savage MKII series:
Here is a bunch of Savage rifles we currently have in stock:
Prices on ammunition continue to drop. We now have a bunch of reloadable, brass-cased 9mm ammunition at only $10.99 per box of 50, and non-reloadable steel cased ammunition
is only $9.95 per box of 50. We have some great deal on 223 (from $5.99), 308, 9mm Makarov, 45ACP and 40S&W, and other popular calibers. We also have an assortment of
high quality match ammunition from Remington, Federal, and Eagle Eye Precision.
See what we have here.
Rimfire ammunition availability is improving, though prices at the distributors are still high and in most cases we
are still selling it at nearly zero profit (or just enough to compensate for credit card fees). But at least it is
becoming available - we have a few cases of 22LR CCI and we will be receiving a few cases of Armscor early next week.
We still have 100rd max rationing policy on most rimfire ammunition, but we started relaxing it in cases we could get
it in sufficient numbers. Currently, CCI Quiet 22LR can be bought in any quantities without restrictions, and we do not
have any restrictions for either 17HMR or 17WSM ammunition.
Either late this week or early the next one we will be getting Armscor ammunition which we plan to sell at $44.99 per brick
(just to put this in context, it cost us $41.90 per brick).
If you are still with us, thank you for reading this, and check back for more tomorrow - we plan to post reviews of
a few 1911s, including Les Baer Premier II.
We are also going to be receiving a bunch of cool stuff early next week - including some CZ Shadow Targets, more AR-15s,
more ammunition, so look for the next week's update for more news!