GUN FS: Race ready CZ75B package (WA)

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  1. AB13

    AB13 New Member

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    CZ 75B
    -Competition sights (Front/Rear)
    -Competition hammer
    -Trigger work done by Springer Precision somewhere around 6-7lb DA/ 3lb SA
    -Stainless Mag Break
    -Thin Aluminum grips
    -Houge grips
    -6x 16 round magazines (2 w/ bumper pads)
    -Blade Tech Holster w/ teklok
    -Blade Tech dual mag pouch w/teklok
    -Original box/papers

    All of the work done on the gun was performed by Scott of Springer Precision.

    $750 for the entire package. This gun is ready for Competition or carry with a sweet trigger. Will ship on your dime (FFL:FFL)

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    Picture of the gun without the grip tape...
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    It's best to reach me on my Gmail as this gun will be listed on multiple forums. [email protected]
     
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    phrozenlikwid New Member

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    Damn, sweet setup.

    Ari's cleaning house.... Someone should jump on this.
     
  3. Hooch

    Hooch New Member

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    Looks slow :)
     
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    PanzerAce Active Member

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    mother fuck I hate not having money
     
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    phrozenlikwid New Member

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    It appears people here aren't up on CZ pricing enough to know what kind of deal this is.......

    Allow me to help:

    '75B - $450 (typical used price with 2 mags)
    Sights - ~$80ish
    Trigger work - ~200$ (not including shipping obviously)
    Mag Brake - $15ish
    Houges - $15ish
    CZ thin AL grups - $80ish
    4 mags - $100 (conservative, they are nearly $40 new)
    2 rubber bumpers - $28 ($9 each plus like $10 shipping, no shit)
    Holster & mag holders - ~85

    That puts you around $1k for this setup. I'm using conservative estimates here, buying most stuff used. Price this shit out from Angus and worry about shipping, and prepare to spend 12-1400 or so. You are essentially getting a turn key setup for what you couldn't buy the pistol for.

    If you are wanting to start into production, this is the hot ish for cheap.
     
  6. AB13

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    Thanks phrozen, yeah, this is a screaming deal and shouldn't last long to someone that knows their guns. This is basically family pricing.
     
  7. skeletor25rs

    skeletor25rs Yetis & Deer

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    I want everything you're posting, just can't do it right now :wtc:
     
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    Soybomb New Member

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    Good deal, if I had the play money for it right now I'd be very tempted.
     
  9. Razardica

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    Ari, your PMs are full.

    Is an STI Edge in 9mm a good gun to purchase to shoot Major with in Limited?
     
  10. No. .40 is the minimum caliber for limited major.
     
  11. Razardica

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    Shit, yeah, I forgot that it has to be .40 in Limited.

    Would an STI Edge in .40 be a good choice for Limited major?
     
  12. SnakeEater

    SnakeEater OT Supporter

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    one sweet ass pistola right ther
     
  13. AB13

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    yes, it would be an excellent choice for a limited blaster. I would also look at the EAA Witness Elite Limited, which I may end up doing as well.
     
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    You should sell your G24 top end. To somebody that could rock it. Like to a serious glock guy
     
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    A local is actually looking at buying a full limited package with my G24.
     
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    [DWI] Master of Nothing

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    Damn it if I hadn't bought the gf a carry gun two days ago and inherited 10 or 11 more 3 days ago, I'd be really damn tempted, but now I've got too much on my plate and not enough cash.
     
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    Ari you ever played with any Tanfos? Curious to know how they compare to a Tactical sport, or the CZ platform in general. A shame they don't run with 9mm....
     
  18. TATEROTE

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    is it illegal to ship direct?
     
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    [DWI] Master of Nothing

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    from him to you, yes (out of state, in state, in a tear in space-time)

    from his FFL to you, yes

    from him to your FFL, not unless CA has a law against it, though some FFLs will not accept firearms from non-FL shippers
     
  20. TATEROTE

    TATEROTE OT Supporter

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    i was looking for a "yes, no, maybe so" :ugh2:

    what's that "in state" all about? can't ship in state privately? (now that's lol)
     
  21. AB13

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    Find an FFL (gunshop?) that will accept shipment from a non FFL and it won't be too bad, shipping should be around 25-35 dollars, and what ever your FFL charges you to release the gun, which is anywhere from 20-40 dollars.

    If you cannot find an FFL there that will accept from a non-FFL that means I need to have my FFL ship the package on my behalf to your FFL. Which is just another hand out looking for monies.
     
  22. TATEROTE

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    i'm asking if shipping to/from an ffl is just a moral decision (which blows my mind for reasons other than "morality"), or a legal decision? is it legal to ship directly or not? period.(x2)
     
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    You can ship directly if it's in the same state. You are not. So no, it is not legal to do that, hence why everyone always has stuff about FFL's and what not in their ads.
     
  24. TATEROTE

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    a direct answer, thanks.



    gun crew worries me sometimes
     
  25. imperial

    imperial Lurker | Gun | STI Crew OT Supporter

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    bump for a good price. i know what I have into building my 75 compact and anybody with the spare cash should pick this up.
     

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