CZ 712 G2

CZ 712 G2

SKU 6430

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$459.33 In stock

Retail price: $518.38 You save: $59.05

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Product Information & Specs

The CZ 712 G2 is a series of 41 capacity 12-gauge semi-automatic shotguns designed to fill a variety of needs. Ranging from utility weapons to high quality trap guns the 712 G2 series goes above and beyond the needs of most consumers. With five interchangeable chokes the CZ 712 G2 user can fit the shot pattern to suit their needs. A cross bolt safety sits behind the trigger and individual guns can have a 20 26 or 30 barrel.

Details

Action Semi Auto - Gauge 12 - Chamber 3 - Capacity 4 - Finish Matte Black Chrome - Stock Turkish Walnut - Chokes Includes 5 (FIMMICC) - Length of Pull 14.5 - Barrel Length 26 - Overall Length 47 - Weight 7.3 lb - CZ 712 is our tried-and-true gas operated semi-automatic built on a lightweight alloy receiver. Accepting 2 and 3-inch shells it is an all-arounder a great choice for upland game waterfowl or clays. The barrel on the 712 is chrome-lined and has a matte black hard chrome exterior that will resist corrosion for many seasons in the field. Fit with a Turkish walnut stock the G2 version adds new laser-engraved checkering right-hand palm swell as well as a barrel lock-ring to make assembly easier.

UPC 806703064307
Gauge 12 GA
Action NOT SPECIFIED
Capacity 4+1 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 26 BARREL
Weight 7.3













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