CZ-75 from Czech factory

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by Jagermeister, Apr 9, 2013.

  1. Jagermeister

    Jagermeister New Member

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  2. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    Yes I Would! that's cool and i like it!:D

    how much is it though?
     

  3. kaido

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    Your looking at $1,962.00 for it.....not my cup of juice.
     
  4. rickster

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    Nice but almost $2k. Ouch.
     
  5. Jagermeister

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    1875 dollars. I get can it for 19 percent less, since I do not have to pay German sales tax.
     
  6. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    i like it, but on second thought, i'll pass for now!

    that's a lot of money!
     
  7. rickster

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    It is a unique looking finish and CZ's are great handguns, if not one of the best, but its still a lot of money. Wear and tear would probably show. Guess it depends if you want it for show or range.
     
  8. kaido

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    I never counted for the sales tax at all. Just converted the shown price.
     
  9. Jagermeister

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    In Germany, you have to include the sales tax on the price tag. No hidden fees.
     
  10. kaido

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    Wow....really wish that's how it was done here too.
     
  11. gr8oldguy

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    I have a 75B in black. I love the way this one looks.
     
  12. orangello

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

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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.
     
  14. rickster

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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.
     
  15. BeyondTheBox

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    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
     
  16. Garadex

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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.
     
  17. trip286

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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.
     
  18. JonM

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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...
     
  19. KJG67

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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.
     
  20. kaido

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    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.