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I've got a CZ 452 with grooved dovetail. Would it support the wieght of a Super Sniper? Thanks. Bob
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http://www.cz452.com/  site has some adaptors to go to Weaver then get some Weaver 30mm rings or similar rings and mount it.  While it may not be as rugged as having the reciever drilled and tapped by a gunsmith it should work for a .22 rifle.
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Uri,

 

I went to the site and looked at them, again. I thought one screw went in from the side but I was wrong. Someone had a good idea. I wonder if they will leave marks on the receiver. It might cost about the same to have it drilled and tapped. They used to charge $4 a hole but that has been awhile ago.

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Well drilling and tapping it would be the best route but it is always challenging to find a good gunsmith.
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I agree with Urimaginaryfrnd and you need a excelent gunsmith, a little out of alignment on the barrel is a long way out at 200 yards.

 

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Yeh I know what you mean. I've had mostly bad experiences. A friend knows one who he considers to be excellent and reasonable. (If he will do it). He doesn't have to advertise nor does he want too.
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