Author Topic: CZ 457 At-One Varmint to KRG Bravo Conversion  (Read 214 times)

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Offline Boilerjack22

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CZ 457 At-One Varmint to KRG Bravo Conversion
« on: October 13, 2021, 07:36:53 PM »
 In September, I bought a new CZ 457At-One Varmint, at a gun show, I’m very impressed with the CZ mechanism, I’m very much unimpressed with the Boyd At-One stock. To me it’s like a 7th grade wood shop project, that got a C-. The finish was rough, I got slivers off it, the adjustable cheek and butt plate pieces, need a pry bar to move, the adjustment lock buttons barely move, etc, etc. I gave up and replaced the Boyd stock with a KRG Bravo chassis system, I like it a lot better already. Hopefully will get to go to the range tomorrow.



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Offline Peashooter67

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CZ 457 At-One Varmint to KRG Bravo Conversion
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2021, 04:01:47 PM »
In September, I bought a new CZ 457At-One Varmint, at a gun show, I’m very impressed with the CZ mechanism, I’m very much unimpressed with the Boyd At-One stock. To me it’s like a 7th grade wood shop project, that got a C-. The finish was rough, I got slivers off it, the adjustable cheek and butt plate pieces, need a pry bar to move, the adjustment lock buttons barely move, etc, etc. I gave up and replaced the Boyd stock with a KRG Bravo chassis system, I like it a lot better already. Hopefully will get to go to the range tomorrow.



I post a picture, but apparently I can’t
You must have got a Monday or Friday built stock.
However I do agree it looks and feels like a first year shop c- student designed and built it. Needs to be a little thicker I think.

The rest of it , we’ll it’s a $200 dollar stock.

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