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Condition: New in Box
The 712/720 is a gas operated semi-automatic that comes with a magazine
tube plug installed for waterfowl, and when removed it gives the upland
a 4+1 capacity. Both 26" and 28" barrel configurations accept up to 3"
shot shells making the new shotgun a great choice for upland and
waterfowl These shotguns are being manfactured in Turkey for CZ-USA.
The new CZ 712 Magnum meets the performance demands for hunters that
want the power of a big magnum packed into a quick pointing, well
balanced auto. The super tough aluminum alloy frame of the CZ 712 Magnum
is designed to withstand the high pressures of today‚Äôs 3.5 inch magnum
loads while keeping the over all weight down to a modest 7.5 lbs. The CZ
712 Magnum comes standard with a chrome lined matte black-chromed barrel
with a low profile ventilated rib, and jeweled bolt and choke tubes. It
is also available in Mossy Oak Obsession (24") and Mossy Oak Shadow
Grass (28") camouflage. Chambered for up to 3.5 " magnum ammo, the CZ
712 Magnum will also fire 3" and heavy 2.75" loads. For high flying late
season geese or spring turkey hunting the CZ 712 Magnum will put the
bird on the table.
Gauge: 12ga & 20ga
Chamber: 3" (20 Ga) or 3.5" (12 Ga)
Shell Capacity: 4 + 1
Receiver: Lightweight Aluminum Alloy
Barrel: 12ga- 24", 26"or 28"
20ga- 26"or 28"
Sights: Front Gold Bead
Chokes: Full, Modified and Improved choke tubes
5 Mobile Chokes MC5- Cylinder, Improved cylinder,
Improved Modified, Modified, Full
Finish: MOSG, MOOB, MBHC, Blued
Stock: Turkish Walnut, Synthetic Camo - see below
Length of Pull: 14.5"
Overall Length: 24" bbl- 43"
26" bbl- 45"
28" bbl- 47"
Weight: 7 lbs (712/720)
7.5 lbs (712 Magnum)
Accessory: Owners Manual and Safety Lock
MOSG- Mossy Oak Shadow Grass
MOOB- Mossy Oak Obssesion
MBHC- Matte Black Hard Chrome
|Capacity||4 + 1|
|Drop||1 1/2" @ Comb & 2 1/4" @ Heel|
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 10 January, 2012.