View Full Version : Uzi prices? Class 3 question
April 28, 2009, 11:27
Was wondering how much if any price difference's in a "real deal" Uzi or a "bolt gun" Uzi...I have a chance to buy one , I haven't had it in my hands yet and dont know which one it is and was wondering about price difference's. Priced to me for $3400, and everything is on the up and up has the tax stamp....also wondering how's the best way to go about obtaining lic...incorp. or individual?
April 28, 2009, 13:57
Obtaining what license. No license is necessary. Unless you mean an ffl license if it is a post or pre sample.
If it is transferable you just have to have a dealer that pays his sot transfer it to you . So you pay him a transfer fee and then pay the gubment $200 along with all the proper documents.
$3400 sounds fuggin cheap for a transferable uzi. Full sizes are the cheapest with micros and minis costing a bit more.
Full sized registered receiver uzis go for 6.5k-7.5k . They've come down a little. At one point they were pushing 8k.
You can buy a full auto uzi bolt without the gun for less. Though i'd expect it to be atleast 5k. But if it is truely transferable and he's willing to sell it to you for that price. Jump on IT NOW! That is what they cost years ago.
Group industries registered receiver with extras for 8k
But for 100 bucks less you could buy a registered vector mini uzi . Hmmm I might go with the vector :)
This guy wants $6700 for an IMI full sized uzi converted by broadhead armory. I've never heard of this company but he has a video of it.
$3400 sounds in line with a pre-may dealer sample:
Pre-may for $4400
Imi (israeli) pre-may dealer sample $4000
*I have no relation to any of the ad's just used as examples of what people are asking for them. Most of these will sell I imagine. *
April 28, 2009, 20:53
This Uzi is a transferable to anyone, just don't know if its "bolt gun" or the real deal...so $3400 would be a bargain then? Well I guess I'll be going to look at it this weekend. Wondering how long it will take to get the paperwork..background etc? Thanks for the info.
April 28, 2009, 22:50
It will take a few months for your paperwork to be processed. Things are really busy right now.
And yes that is a deal if it is a bolt gun or registered receiver.
April 29, 2009, 11:02
if it is a registered bolt it is a good deal. If it is a registered receiver it is an outstanding deal.
April 29, 2009, 12:33
Yes to the above comments on the price and if you both live in the same state you do NOT need to go through a dealer. The seller can transfer directly to you.
Congrats if you get it!
It's a steal!!
April 30, 2009, 02:20
If you decide not to go for it, please let me know. You can pm me and I'll take it from there.
I love to shoot subguns, totally fun.. I reload to cut the cost.
May 04, 2009, 17:43
at that price id be a bit leery about it.
make sure to not give him a dime until it is in your dealers possession.
That's a very good price for a registered bolt, as long as it's transferrable and not a pre-sample.
Since I've already got several RR Uzi's, I'd love to get a cheap bolt, and get it cut down for use as a micro/mini bolt. then I'd have all the bases covered.
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