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CZ 75 B Compact – All Steel

UPDATE (4/13/20) - Sale pending - awaiting payment

UPDATE (4/10/20) - LISTING END DATE IS 4/25/20

Photos edited 4/6/20 to provide better appearance

FOR SALE - $1,050 (no trades) - price firm

* Completely customized by Cajun Gun Works with “CGW” engraved on the frame

* 10x Barrel Bushing for increased accuracy

* Defensive Carry Package (SA measured at 3.25 lbs.)

* TPU57CZ07 Fully Adjustable Rear Sight w/ Fiber Optic Front

* LOK G-10 Palm Swell + Original Black Plastic Grips. Pistol ergonomics are superb.

* NOTE: The G10 grips are a combination color of black and cherry red. The photos appear to be black and an orange-ish color.

* Stainless Steel Guide Rod

* Five (5) mags Six (6) Mags found one more

* Hard Chromed Barrel

* This is not the aluminum alloy frame found on the PCR. This is the all steel version with a weight of 32.8 oz.

Less than 500 rounds fired – Purchased in August 2019 – in excellent condition. This is an excellent deal on a quality pistol that shoots like a dream. Just money issues have led me to sell my beautiful CZ.

Acceptable forms of payment include cash (if sold locally), bank certified check, or USPS money order. Prefer to sell to buyer local to Lebanon, TN. If asked to ship, buyer pays $35 shipping charges and it will ship to an FFL dealer.

Local buyers must be age 21 or older and present a valid TN, or valid TN Carry Permit. For prompt responses, Email: tnman207@gmail.com for quickest reply.

 

 

 

 

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I have a 75 compact all steel. It shoots better than I do , so I imagine yours shoots way better with even rifle accuracy. Your CZ is like the Wilson Combat version of the 1911 , in my opinion , with all the Cajun parts and work. Great looking gun ! Guys this is the ultimate in pistols for an all steel , hammer fired , Glock 19-sized pistol. It will last for decades and will definitely hold it's value.  Here is my plain-jane stock compact for comparison. 

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