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ad closed Sold. Price dropped $460 LNIB CZ 527 Carbine 7.62x39 with youth stock

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See below  Hickok high review of this fun, handy and cheap to shoot CZ 527 carbine 7.62x39 with youth stock which is about 1 inch shorter than the standard version.  The last picture shows the comparison to my full size CZ 550 308, you can see how handy it is . It is about 5.6 lbs weight only, very handy for kids or adult deer hog hunting in the mountain or woods. Beautiful walnut stock. In fact I feel the shorter stock is better for adult in winter because it offsets extra thickness of the coat.

Come with set trigger, regular trigger is tuned to 3 lb, set trigger 1 lb. shoot 30 rounds to sight it in, 1moa with Federal Powershok @100 yards. 

$460 gun only, ring and scope not included.

Cash deal, no trade. Meet at Cool Spring Academy.

 

 

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Bump for a cool little rifle. I've got a 7.62X39 in a Ruger 77 and it's a blast to shoot and accurate too. With good reloads and a good hunting bullet, it's a dandy deer rifle with minimal recoil.

This one would be great for a youngster just starting to hunt.

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The ring and scope are not included as I have 2 more Cz527 in different version. The ring is a fast detached medium ring from optics Planet, scope is Nikon 3-9x scope. I don't have any issue with the scope and rings. The whole setup is only 6.1 lbs. Hope I answer your question. 

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