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Price check: CZ-75B

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

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  1. sidheshooter

    sidheshooter Member

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    Used, good looking, 2 mags, $409.

    Good?

    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...

    :D
     
  2. The Lone Haranguer

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    Very. New ones are well over five Franklins now, I believe. The gun is shipped with two mags.
     
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  4. paradox998

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    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

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

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    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

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    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

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    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

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

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    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

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

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    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

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    Sounds like a good deal to me.
     
  14. OleCodger

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    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.
     
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    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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