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CZ-75 at Gander Mountain

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Ash, Apr 22, 2008.

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  1. Ash

    Ash Member

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    For anyone near Hattiesburg, MS, or who will be passing through, there is a very nice CZ-75B in their case for $329. It is used, but looks to be 100% finish.

    Ash
     
  2. azhunter12

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    You want to send it to AZ?;)
     
  3. The Lone Haranguer

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    And you didn't buy it ... why? :scrutiny:
     
  4. Ash

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    I have two already. So, I figured I would pass on the wealth.

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  5. Moonclip

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    If a 9mm I'd buy it for sure if I had the funds.
     
  6. mbs357

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    Dang, I wish I could find any 75 for that price. Sigh. Saving up currently for a 75SS NIB... Halfway there, if nothing happens.
     
  7. CZF

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    The 75B Stainless is SWEET!

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    However, any CZ in 9mm under $350 that is in good shape is a STEAL!.
     
  8. Moonclip

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    Except maybe for caliber the CZ75 stainless impresses me as the perfect handgun for me. I wish they were available in my state.
     
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    I can't even begin to tell you how much I wish they'd make a CZ-75b in .40 S&W and in STAINLESS!!!

    Oh well, my nickel one sure is pretty and hopefully my weird redhead chemistry won't eat up the finish too badly.
     
  10. The Lone Haranguer

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    I find them quite attractive as well.
     
  11. TS537

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    I really like mine. I'm from a small town in Western PA, and sometimes when I'm feeling bitter, I cling to it... :evil:
     
  12. yongxingfreesty

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    its a damn good gun, good weight and more accurate than I am.
     
  13. Moonclip

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    I have the nickel .40 also and the finish has been standing up ok. I find that fouling doesn't stick to it as hard either and it is easier to clean.

    I like my pre b c775 better though so I hope to add another 9mm CZ75 to the collection soon.
     
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