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Price check: CZ-75B

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by sidheshooter, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. sidheshooter

    sidheshooter Well-Known Member

    Used, good looking, 2 mags, $409.


    As well, any CZ experts know how their service/warranty works for 2nd owners?

    Lastly, anything to look for with 75's in general?

    I have my guesses on answers to the above, but some of you will know for sure, and I figure it's worth checking here before impulse buying yet another gun...

  2. The Lone Haranguer

    The Lone Haranguer Well-Known Member

    Very. New ones are well over five Franklins now, I believe. The gun is shipped with two mags.
  3. REAPER4206969

    REAPER4206969 Well-Known Member

  4. paradox998

    paradox998 Well-Known Member

    I have purchased two cz-75B's used and had a very good experience with both. Paid about $300 for one and $420 for the other, so you're in the ballpark. Those prices were from a couple of years ago.
  5. viking499

    viking499 Well-Known Member

    Price looks good. A lot better than around here. Local gun shop has a used one 500 and a new one for 550.:confused:
    Last edited: Jan 30, 2010
  6. zamboxl

    zamboxl Well-Known Member

    to much, that's how much look else where for a better gun in the same price range, this is coming for a 75bd owner.
  7. OleCodger

    OleCodger Well-Known Member

    If it were in my locale and you decided not to take it, I'd jump on it in a heartbeat! I bought a new 75B about a year ago and it's like the Energizer......it just keeps on shootin', shootin', shootin'.......
  8. belus

    belus Well-Known Member

    Not much goes wrong on a CZ. The finish can be hit or miss, but the newer stuff (applied beginning in the late 90's) should hold up well.

    If you shoot it heavily (5k+/year), you'd be wise to order a spare slide stop and trigger return spring. Otherwise all it needs is ammo.

    I think that's a fair price. You could probably find another for the same amount in 6mo or so.
  9. chemclay

    chemclay Active Member

    trigger return spring for sure. Do the wolf replacements last longer?
  10. Philo_Beddoe

    Philo_Beddoe Well-Known Member

    That is a good price.

    I believe they have a 5 year warranty, but their service is good.

    Accuracy, reliability, easy to point.

    I have 2 of them.
  11. The King of Pants

    The King of Pants Well-Known Member

    <$425 is what I value a CZ at, go for it dude!
  12. Big Bill

    Big Bill Well-Known Member

    I just paid over $550 for the new one I bought on Friday last week. I wish I could have bought a nice used one for $409. I'd snap it up, if I were you.
  13. Ohio Gun Guy

    Ohio Gun Guy Well-Known Member

    Sounds like a good deal to me.
  14. OleCodger

    OleCodger Well-Known Member

    I wasn't going to fess up but last year I bought a new one through Guns America.....$550 plus shipping and another $20 to the local FFL......haven't regretted a cent of it.
  15. buckeye8

    buckeye8 Well-Known Member

    If it's in good shape, it's a good deal on the current market.

    As CZ's have crept upward in price, all the guys who bought their CZ for way cheaper have had a hard time letting these threads go without reminding everyone that they got theirs way cheaper. I think these guys are the same guys who were into every cool band way before everyone else had heard of them.

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