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Posted: 2/19/2001 3:41:37 PM EST
Who is going to keep the merchandize?  Why should I dole out hundreds of dollars if I can't play with the toy as often as I can?

Yes, I am VERY selfish when it comes to guns!!!

Thanks for the explanations.

Johannes
Link Posted: 2/19/2001 3:48:13 PM EST
[#1]
You have the concept wrong.
It isn't a bunch of people owning the same gun.

The whole purpose of a "Group Purchace" is the power of collective buying. You get a better price when you buy 50 loaves of bread than when you buy just one.

A group of people get together, and pool thier money in order to get a better price on the desired object.
Link Posted: 2/19/2001 5:57:33 PM EST
[#2]
When you buy in bulk, you have more  leverage, and are able to negotiate a better deal/price for the goods. I this case someone volunteers to mediate between the buyer  
( you, me) and the manufacturer (Bushmaster, American Spirits etc,) and brings to the table an order of fifty or more (just a number). In this way the seller will give us a break,  then some one with a FFL pick up all the goods, and sends them to your FFL , It takes much longer than just going to the store and get one of the shelf, but in the long run, you save  two or three hundred dollars.

Check this forum New Signup for YES Group Purchase ( 2 3 )

Karlozg
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