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Help me: CZ-75B - Purchasing used in VA

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by devilc, Nov 25, 2008.

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  1. devilc

    devilc Member

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    My co-worker asked me if I wanted to purchase a barely used CZ-75B from him.
    Sweet.
    So. . . . .
    1) What's a slightly used CZ-75B going for these days?
    2) He is a DC resident and the gun is residing in a friend's safe in Rosslyn VA. Further, I am a PA resident. . . . So do I just dump it on my FFL holder in PA and have my coworker sign it over there to x-fer it to me?
    Thoughts appreciated.
    Thanks.
     
  2. Treo

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    right around 400.00$
     
  3. GZOh

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    A NIB CZ 75B (9mm) is selling for $465 (shipping included) from Buds, Ghost, etc (and you pay your FFL $$s)... Direct from a retail shop, about $495-525.

    So used, as Treo said, anything around $400 is OK... $375 is real good!!

    For me, I'd always rather buy a CZ NIB... unless it's a $100+ savings and I really know who I'm buying the gun from... my CZ's are stayin with me a LONG TIME and for the couple bucks savings, I go NEW... cause in about a year, you won't even remember what you paid for the gun!!!

    But that's me.
     
  4. 1SOW

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    +1 GZOh
     
  5. Luis Leon

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    The CZ75b on my hip I bought used for $375 U.S. I have put thousands of rounds through it without a problem. I also own a CZ75bd and CZ75 P01 and the Kadet kit and two CZ rifles. If the gun is in good shape and you can get a good deal, jump on it. CZs run and run all day long, plus they make you look a better shooter as they are very accurate. Good luck with your decision.

    best regards,

    Luis Leon
     
  6. devilc

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    Thanks all.
     
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