I recently acquired a CZ 455 Varmint in .22 LR, hoping to use it to compete in the Dewars matches held weekly at our local gun club. Unfortunately this gun is not accurate enough to compete. I should have done my homework before laying out my scraped together cash for it. Apparently many of the 455 Varmints need quite a bit of "tweaking" to get them to shoot anything like accurate. The particular one I have has been resistant to everything I have tried, eg: Glass bedded action and first 2 inches of barrel, trying different torque of the action screws. Regardless the thing just shoots 1-1/2 to 2 inch groups from the bench at 50 yards. Have tried 6 or 7 brands of ammo and another shooter of proven ability to no avail. My advice; if you are considering getting a CZ 455 Varmint, do your homework first, otherwise, good luck.