ZKK 601 .222 Remington
Category : C
Caliber : .222 Remington
At the end of sixties, Zbrojovka BRNO manufactured very few .222 Remington rifles on their 601 smallest ZKK action.
That particular sample has been proofed circa 1966 and was then distributed by Waffen Frankonia in Germany under "Brigand" name and by Flobert in France.
That seldom seen .222 is built on the smallest variation of the Mauser derived ZKK action with controlled feeding, long extractor blade and staggered magazine. On that sample the original shroud and side safety have been replaced by a high quality three positions side swing safety with FIRE detail inlaid in gold.
The receiver is grooved to the ZKK standard and its rear bridge retains the traditional flip-up receiver sight while the magazine floorplate opens to unload the rifle easily.
The 24" Poldi steel barrel bears a folding blade rear sight, a banded front swivel base and a quickly interchangeable front bead on a banded ramp fitted with sliding protector.
A period Weaver "Micro Trac" variable 2-7x plex scope is mounted on Talley detachable steel rings.
The simple and elegant stock is made of dark walnut, with a short forend, open grip and straight comb; measured on the monogrammed composition buttplate it displays a 13½" LOP.
Extremely well cared and superbly accurate, this rare vintage rifle weights 6-lbs.14-oz. and 8-lbs.2-oz. with the scope mounted.
It bears our full guarantee.