I was on the prowl for a Vaquero today when I came upon a Beautiful CZ 452 Full Stock in .22 lr today. Came with the box and rings but was missing the magazine. Luckily, I have s a few. Been on the lookout for one of these for some time. The price was too good to pass up so it came home with me.
I also took home a 3 screw .357, converted but with the original parts.
Nice. Last week I returned to the local bargain store/ pawn shop/ appliance sales / chainsaw repair shop (hey, it's a small town) where I was fondling a SBH .357 Maximum a few weeks ago. I was hoping the consignor would have lowered the price. Unfortunately it had sold. I have also been looking for a CZ 452 or 455 so I was looking at the rifles in the rack. There was a lightly used Winchester 52 B in the rack. I had been hunting a 52 B for some time as well. While I was haggling with the owner about the second mag that was missing, he paused then said, "Do you wanna see a better one?" He came back with a new, unfired, in the original box, with original sales receipt from 1995, Winchester (Miroku) 52 B, Special Edition with excellent checkered walnut stock with comb, adj. trigger that broke like glass at 3#. It was still in the oiled shipping paper, second mag, instruction book, and replacement trigger springs taped on the inside of the manual. I couldn't pay for it fast enough and walked out with it for $700! I'm hunting down some bases for it. So, yep! Just because your looking for one gun, doesn't mean you can't come home with another. Enjoy your CZ.
"I hate to be the bearer of truth here but poly pistols have no soul so their death is inconsequential." Curtis - eskimo36