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Good price for a Beretta CX4 9mm?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by esheato, Dec 29, 2009.

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  1. esheato

    esheato Member

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    I'm not into the Beretta carbine scene...what's a good price?

    I have one local, NIB, for $669.

    Should I jump?

    Ed
     
  2. Monkeyleg

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    That's the wholesale price one of my distributors has on the gun.
     
  3. esheato

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    Thank you much ML.

    Now, is it better to ask permission or forgiveness? ;)
     
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    Don't ask anything. Jump on it!
     
  5. Walkalong

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    Man. They sure have gone up. I bought mine new for around 600 about 2 years ago.
     
  6. Uncle Mike

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    I wouldn't give more than $565 for it NIB!
     
  7. esheato

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    Reason? Not a fan?
     
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    I paid $798 with taxes in October 2007 for a .45. I'm sure you can find it much cheaper at budsgunshop.com.
     
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    they are under 600 at houston area gunshows...
     
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    I did a bunch of research before I decided to build an AR. The CX4 has alot of features, but lacks quality high cap mags. As far as I know there aren't any factory 30 round mags, so you are limited to 15 + 20 rounders if you want to run OE mags. It would be a great weapon to complement a PX4 or 92FS, since it can use the same mags. You already know its limitations (range and kinetic energy).

    Buds Guns had the CX4 .45ACP for $550. I just checked their site and the .45ACP and 9mm are both on sale, but you need to register to view the price now.
     
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    I had forgot about the AR in 9mm.

    With a dedicated 9mm lower and the options available in the configuration of upper, that sounds like a much better idea.

    Decisions, decisions....thanks again.

    Ed
     
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    Which should be more than sufficient:rolleyes:
     
  13. Olympus

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    They have gone up incredibly since they first came out. I remember that Gander Mountain used to have them for less than $600 brand new. I'm seeing them now for around $800 to $850 new. I wouldn't call it a steal, but it's definitely not a bad price.
     
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    Better look elsewhere!
     
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    That's at local gun shops. I haven't been looking real hard either though. If I'm in somewhere, I always glance at the price if they've got one in stock. Too many other things on my wanted list right now to pay any more attention than that...
     
  16. Walkalong

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    The lower (unless it is the new RRA lower that does not use a mag block, which may be what you mean) can be used for .223 uppers with the mag block removed and the proper buffer. Two quick changes. With some set ups you don't even have to change the buffer. Just something to think about.
     
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