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Old 12-29-2012, 01:03 AM   #71
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I bought a Cz82 several months ago for $209.
It's never been fired.
The prices are staying around $200 at quite a lot of places.
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The CZ82 is a great "best bang for your Buck" gun.
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If you have big hands as I do the Star Model B pinches the web of my hand every time I shoot it. I much prefer the Super model B which has a longer spur on it. Other than that the model B is a fine pistol.
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