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First Look: CZ-USA 600 Lux

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The CZ 600 Lux boasts refined lines and traditional style to reflect gun makers and hunters’ long, proud tradition. Despite these fine features, however, its far from a pretty face. Each Lux rifle comes with a sub-MOA guarantee.

A traditional oil-finished select-grade walnut matches the rifle’s dark nitrided barrel and receiver. The stock’s new comb geometry is optimized for use with both optics and the fiber-optic equipped iron sights, while retaining the iconic look of the Bavarian-style comb. Fish-scale checkering and a decorative forend complete the look.

The Lux features a cold hammer-forged light (sporter) contour barrel to deliver on that guaranteed sub-MOA accuracy. Barrels are threaded M15x1 and suppressor-ready. Depending on the cartridge, barrels are available from 20 to 24 inches, optimizing ballistic performance with barrel length.

A 60-degree bolt throw, increases clearance between the bolt and optic, plus it is capable of cycling faster than traditional designs. The Lux features an oversized wooden bolt knob for improved control with gloved hands.

Reliability was a vital consideration in the 600 Series’ rifle design. CZ selected the short extractor, controlled-round feed design for its round-cycling consistency in all situations. A patented two-position tang safety is virtually silent and intuitive to use.

A detachable magazine allows quick reloads, and a selectable locking feature ensures magazine retention. Magazine top-ups, through the ejection port, add convenience.

CZ-USA chambers the 600 Lux in four tried-and-true hunting cartridges, including .223 Remington, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, and .300 Winchester Magnum. It incorporates the high CZ standards of accuracy, reliability, durability, and versatility with many modern upgrades. The Lux is sure to become a favorite rifle in deer camps and hunting lodges worldwide.

For more information, visit CZ-USA.comMSRP: $849


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