The 457 Rimfire Series from CZ-USA – SHOT Show 2019

The 457 series of rimfires are the perfect update to the 455s.

A fine rimfire gun can be an heirloom, and CZ-USA’s rimfires are well known as quality guns. Their new 457 Rimfires are set to replace the 455s. They are the ideal update to an already terrific gun.

The new push-to-fire safety is a better design. The bolt throw is now 60 degrees to allow for wider optics, which can be mounted to the dovetail above the receiver.

The new trigger is user adjustable for both weight and overall travel.

The new Push-To-Fire-Safety allows you to unload the gun with the safety engaged. The trigger is adjustable and very good right out of the box. Same mags as 455. It’s now got a 60 degree bolt for a better optics fit. It’s available suppressor ready, and there’s even an integrally suppressed version. There are several models, like the Varmint Precision Trainer and the Match Target Rifle discussed in the video, as well as more affordable versions.

The 457 family comes in a variety of configurations and stocks, like this carbon fiber one from Manners.

Heavy barrels and suppressor-ready barrels are all options on the 457’s.

They are available now from CZ-USA and come in .22LR, .17HMR, and .22WMR. MSRP starts at $365 and goes up from there.  For more informatioon visit

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  • Kole February 7, 2019, 9:14 pm

    Ouch on the CZ website they say it is over 1000 bucks for the precision trainer. Now I’m sure it’s a good rifle, Like my 455 . However no Rimfire rifle should cost that much I ended up putting in a Boyd’s stock on the 455 because CZ wanted 500 bucks for the precision stock from them.

  • Wild Bill February 7, 2019, 6:16 pm

    Now If I could get my hands on one of the PRS trainers I would be happy. It would be a nice addition to my family of precision bolt action rifles.

  • Gary Bekius February 7, 2019, 7:55 am

    Please make a left hand walnut stock model 24″ barrel !!!!!! In all calibers .

  • Eugene szymanik February 7, 2019, 5:49 am

    It’s impressive

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