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What is the going rate for an Uzi now days?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Vector, May 5, 2012.

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  1. Vector

    Vector Member

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    What is considered a fair price for a full size UZI pistol built on a Group Industries receiver With approximately 500 rounds through it?
     
  2. crazy-mp

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    If its a 9mm between 7500 and 8500 depending on overall condition extra mags, speed upgrade kit, butt stock etc....
     
  3. Quiet

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    If it's a MG, around $8000.

    If it's semi-auto only, around $700.
     
  4. Vector

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    Two questions, what is the major difference between a model A vs. a model B? The B seems to be less expensive, but I am not sure why.

    http://www.gunsamerica.com/Search/Category/355/2/Guns/Rifles/IMI-Rifles.htm

    Also the ones being sold in the link are well below the $7-$8K range, so what is the difference between these and the ones that go for so much?

    Lastly, I am assuming these semi-autos are legal in most of America?
     
  5. Sam1911

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    Your question was misunderstood. crazy-mp was assuming you meant a transferrable "Title II" Uzi submachine gun. Those are worth ~$8,000.

    Better to look here: http://www.gunsamerica.com/Search/Category/354/4/Guns/Pistols/IMI-Pistols.htm

    You're searching under rifles, but you said your Uzi is a pistol.

    Those prices are for IMI original guns, not Group Industries builds. You'd have to search around to figure out what the going rate is.

    Or put it up for $1,000 and see if it sells!
     
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