Thoughts, comments, etc. The trade would be with my brother who badly wants my CZ. I've fired the P38 before and it's smooth as silk and has the eagle emblem. Still kinda torn cuz I love my CZ.
Well if its a trade with your bro, I'm sure he'd let you shoot it it when ya ask.Thoughts, comments, etc. The trade would be with my brother who badly wants my CZ. I've fired the P38 before and it's smooth as silk and has the eagle emblem. Still kinda torn cuz I love my CZ.
North of $300? WELL north of $300. Like $500 north of $300.Depending on condition, I've seen WWII P38s going for north of $300... sometimes well above that. I imagine, also, that CZ52s are easier to come by than WWII-era P38s. I think I would do the trade. As ta2dave76 said, it'd still be in the family.
Yeah, neither of us have one, but that's probably the best idea. And I have been looking at the CZ-82s at J&G but haven't had the time to drive up there. I think I'm gonna look into the C&R. Thanks.dont guess you or your brother have your C&R license by chance? Spend the 30 bucks get your C&R. Have your brother do the same, its good for 3 years and you will save the 30 bucks (most likely) thefirst order you place at midway after you get it. Plus then you can get fun stuff like CZ82s and Mosins shipped straight to your door.
Uhhhh, whut?I have a Mauser P-38 that my Granddaddy brought back during WW2. Its slide and trigger are slick as glass and is very accurate. I don't shoot it as often as I would like due to its age. The serial number should start with BYF to be a Mauser. Here is a link to some variations and pics.