greg scott

WTS mint condition pre 1968 transferable UZI

Location: Waycross Ga

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This is a pre 1968 transferable uzi that looks new. It has a parkerized finish original to the gun. I was told that it came from a retired secret service agent but have no documentation to substantiate  $40,000

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forgot to include price

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send me your e mail

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Is this an FN or IMI gun?

 

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Adam, send me your e mail n I will send pics

Thanks Greg

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this is an IMI gun

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Can I ask where you come up with the $40,000 price?

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2 hours ago, Got Uzi said:

Can I ask where you come up with the $40,000 price?

Heck I can even answer that.  Because they are scarcer than hens teeth.  I had one 10 years ago that I sold and it sold back then for $18,000.  

Is $40,000 to high.  Who knows.  There is nothing to compare against.  If it is, no one will buy it, it it isn't it will sell.

 

That simple

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7 hours ago, Got Uzi said:

Can I ask where you come up with the $40,000 price?

Pre-1968 John, not Pre-may of 86.

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Learn something new every day.  Didn't realize that there was that big of a price jump in them.

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Not many real full auto UZI's out there most are either semi auto conversions or built from parts kits. 

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This is a pretty rare bird; I haven't seen one for sale for 15+ years.

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As I recall at one time I had heard there were 8 original full auto Uzi's in the registry. No proof to substantiate that number, but I would believe that number isn't far off.

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I have owned this gun for 20+ years, they do not come up for sale very often as this is only the second one that I've seen in my 32 years as a c3 

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