I have a CZ452 in .22LR which I'm very happy with; seems well put together for the money and consistently delivers 25yd groups the size of my little finger nail . . .
It is the version with the rather basic synthetic stock.
The only problem I have with it, is that I find the length of pull just a little short. Maybe historically rim-fires have been designed with youths in mind and are accordingly a little short i this respect; just like many air rifles?
I'd like to increase the length of pull slightly without getting a new stock, as in all other respects I find the one supplied entirely adequate. The only problem is that the butt pad seems glued on to the end of the butt and I have no idea how to remove it, to enable me to either insert some form of spacer between the butt and pad, or attach a deeper butt pad.
I'd greatly appreciate some advice from 'the team'!