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    Cz 452 Fullstock 22lr

    Cz 452 Fullstock 22lr

    Has upgraded teardrop style trigger guard and action screws from Dip inc in the USA.

    Excellent condition overall apart from a few small dings on the stock.

    Looking for around $1200 + postage.


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    Pointer, johnd, sjjs and 6 others like this.

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    Nice.
    Nothing is tough about having a 70 lb bow and looking like an uncoordinated praying mantis while trying to draw it back.

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    What a beauty, saw this on TM.

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    Bump

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    This should not need a "bump"

    If you want value you need to succumb to the “Trade Me” classified advertising Mafia
    This is a collector’s piece and its value is in the "eye of the beholder"

    Hate to say it - but stick it on TM :-(

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    If I hadn't of spent so much in recent times I'd be all over this. Something about full length stocks just does it for me.

    Bang up some more photos, maybe in a nice element to entice some people. Or just for us to drool over

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    Price drop to $1100 and a few more pics

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    What is going on with selling items?

    This item - the CZ Hornet ???
    This rifle is a gem - but I have too many and wife will use it on me if I take it
    I have noticed on TM and other promotions - its become like "pulling teeth" to get sales

    Is it time of year (month ago I would say yes) - is it we don't have a Government (sorry no Poli-tik-taks) or is it Realty boom over dover ??

    Anyone got Stats on Retail sales of late ??

    Bumping ye listing Typoon - don't mean to diagnose off it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    What is going on with selling items?

    This item - the CZ Hornet ???
    This rifle is a gem - but I have too many and wife will use it on me if I take it
    I have noticed on TM and other promotions - its become like "pulling teeth" to get sales

    Is it time of year (month ago I would say yes) - is it we don't have a Government (sorry no Poli-tik-taks) or is it Realty boom over dover ??

    Anyone got Stats on Retail sales of late ??

    Bumping ye listing Typoon - don't mean to diagnose off it
    It's easy to sell stuff- just needs to be a good deal.

    With easy access to find market rates 95 % of buyers know exactly what a good deal looks like...
    This particular item would sell in a week for $900 and in one day for $700

    It could still sell for 1000 but in my opinion it's to close to the previous off the shelf price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. Watson View Post
    It's easy to sell stuff- just needs to be a good deal.

    With easy access to find market rates 95 % of buyers know exactly what a good deal looks like...
    This particular item would sell in a week for $900 and in one day for $700

    It could still sell for 1000 but in my opinion it's to close to the previous off the shelf price.
    I do not 100% agree with you - but I do appreciate your honest opinion.
    Example - show me another item like this for sale now

    Get my point
    But I can honestly say (from experience) selling vibe has slowed this last 3 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    I do not 100% agree with you - but I do appreciate your honest opinion.
    Example - show me another item like this for sale now

    Get my point
    But I can honestly say (from experience) selling vibe has slowed this last 3 months
    yep sure has i had to almost give my 270 savage away to sell it

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    @Typhoon wood looks good, have a few FS's myself. How doe's it shoot?, what year (stamping) was it made?, do you have the original trigger guard? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    I do not 100% agree with you - but I do appreciate your honest opinion.
    Example - show me another item like this for sale now

    Get my point
    But I can honestly say (from experience) selling vibe has slowed this last 3 months
    The FS CZ455 I got from GC a few years back in 22LR was $1200 new but I got it for $800 cash as it had been there a while. To be honest $1200 was what they sell for brand spankers.There are 22s that would be a bargain at that price. They are a very nice piece of kit and they are hard to find, especially in such great condition. If you need it to sell quickly then price will need to come down. But there may be someone out there who wants one of these specifically. And thats the issue. If someone has $1200 to spend on a 22 then there are many choices out there and some are even better than CZs. But if someone specifically wants a CZ with a full wood stock, then they may be prepared to shell put for one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fireflite View Post
    @Typhoon wood looks good, have a few FS's myself. How doe's it shoot?, what year (stamping) was it made?, do you have the original trigger guard? Thanks

    It was made in 2010 and I've got all the original parts for it. I haven't done a lot of shooting with it it but it would definitely be one of the most accurate .22s I've owned.

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    I will take $1000 for it as it is now or $800 with the original trigger guard and screws.
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