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Old 04-09-2013, 10:43 PM   #11
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I have a 75B in black. I love the way this one looks.

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They couldn't slap some shaped wood grips on it? Pfffft! I stick with the one I got.

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I wouldn't take it for free, regardless of terrible paint job. Ugly gun, always had been! Heck you couldn't pay me to shoot it, let alone own.

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I wouldn't take it for free, regardless of terrible paint job. Ugly gun, always had been! Heck you couldn't pay me to shoot it, let alone own.
I've shot several CZ's and take my word for it, if you ever shoot one, you will probably change your mind.
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I've shot several CZ's and take my word for it, if you ever shoot one, you will probably change your mind.
I don't work like that. Looks are primary to me in things I collect and hobbies I partake. This gun would never touch my hands other than to move out of the way of something I wanted to get to. Now the 2075... Oh yeah baby, donkey Kong kinda sh!t. ;P
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Give it some wood grips and i'd be willing to buy it. Gotta turn 21 first; oh well it just gives me time to save.

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Have to agree on the wood grips. Any gun that costs over $500, excluding polymer frames such as GLOCKs, M&Ps, and such, should have, at the very least, plain wood grips as an available no extra charge option.

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No i wouldnt. Not a huge fan of case colouring.


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Wow....really wish that's how it was done here too.
I dont. It lets the govmnt jack up taxes at will the consumer then never notices. Its more of a hidden fee than a hidden fee...
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Old 04-10-2013, 01:49 PM   #19
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Unique collector gun for display for the money - sure. I like the look. BUT for that kind of money, I would think about buying at least two other guns first.

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No i wouldnt. Not a huge fan of case colouring.

I dont. It lets the govmnt jack up taxes at will the consumer then never notices. Its more of a hidden fee than a hidden fee...
That's true, but it'd be nice to not have to try and figure the taxes on your own though. I always hated doing that.
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