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Model: Q5 Match Steel Frame Vintage
Caliber: 9mm
Barrel Length: 5"
Trigger: Dynamik Performance
Finish: Case Colored
Front Sight: Black Serrated Target
Rear Sight: Adjustable Match
Item Number: 158606

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This isn’t the kind of gun that the average gun collector is going to buy, especially at $3500 (not sure how this made it to gun.deals). This is the kind of gun that is given away in a sweepstakes or given as a trophy for a competition. The Q5 match steel frame is a great pistol but this version is completely over-the-top.

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I love this gun for shooting. It falls right behind the CZ Shadow 2 on my list of handguns I shoot. I would gladly purchase this in the $1800.00 range but this is way overpriced. I guess the finish and gold lettering make it worth the extra money?

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Lol what in the fuck. This looks like a high point. Hahaha wow.

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It's so ugly I refuse to believe it won't somehow astronomically skyrocket in value because of future hipster collectors.

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It’s nice, but I agree with the other commenter that it’s $1,000 overpriced. A case hardened Desert Eagle is only $2100 and will still be a very desirable collectors item 50 years from now.

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While a very beautiful handgun, I just cannot see spending that kind of money on such a pistol. For that price one can buy a real collectible antique or vintage firearm that will actually continue to increase in value as time goes on. It would take decades for this to increase in value or be seen as an actual "collectible". Put this in the $2k to $2500 range and I can see the value. It just doesnt make sense to sell these as collectibles when they really dont have any "collectible" value. Again beautifully crafted, visually appealing pistol, just over priced. I will respect your opinions so as always please respect mine.

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