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Posted: 9/14/2007 5:46:09 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/14/2007 5:46:36 PM EST by BushSniper]
Not sure if it had been talked about or not, but has Glock gone up on thier price? Gander Mtn. a local hunting store in knoxville has glocks in the $700 price range. I also noticed that bass pro in sevierville tn has also gone up in glock prices. Long live Glock
Link Posted: 9/14/2007 6:15:08 PM EST
Those places are over priced on everything
Link Posted: 9/14/2007 6:37:04 PM EST
The shop I work at sometimes had basic glocks running in the mid to high $400 ranges. However, he took the sale off of the line and they now sell in the low $500 range.

Cabellas and Gander prey upon the weak.

Link Posted: 9/15/2007 6:53:24 AM EST
I walked out the door with a brand new G17 with the Glock box, rod and brush, two seventeen round magazines, and the instruction book for $550. It's not that great of a price, but considering that Bass Pro wants that much before tax, I did okay. Now all I need to do is save up the coin to get a set of steel sights.
Link Posted: 9/15/2007 7:12:10 PM EST
Just bought a Glock 22C (Brand New) with Night Sights and 3.5lb trigger added for a total $620 with tax - best deal anywhere around here (idaho) that I could find. Basic glock 22's were $499 and the 22C was $520 ish.
Link Posted: 9/16/2007 11:20:13 AM EST
Topglock.com still sells brand new glock with two high cap mags for $459. Same price I paid in May.
Link Posted: 9/16/2007 2:58:19 PM EST
Glocks haven't gone up in price for the last three or four years. What I mean is, dealers have been paying the same for them in that time frame. If you are seeing Glocks in the $700 price range, someone is just fishing for a sucker.
Link Posted: 9/16/2007 3:33:01 PM EST

Originally Posted By H53EXPERT:
If you are seeing Glocks in the $700 price range, someone is just fishing for a sucker.


+1 I went in to a Gander Mountain for the first time about a week ago, and that is exactly what came to mind.
Link Posted: 9/16/2007 3:53:30 PM EST
I think if the sucker keeps paying this much for the pistol then that would drive the prices up even from a manufacturing stand point. Heck we just had a gun show here this weekend (knoxville) and Im not telling tall tails but there were on more than one occation that I saw 2nd gen glocks in the $500 range, its CRAZY
Link Posted: 9/17/2007 8:47:38 PM EST
I just got a fabulous deal on a Glock 23 from Summit Gun Brokers off of gunbroker.com. The pistol sold for $389 and I received it from my FFL today. Looks to have been fired fewer than 100 rounds, was cleaned nicely, has Tritium night sights from Trijicon that have a nice solid green glow to them, and came with the Glock box and a 13 round magazine with all Glock documentation. The gun show I went to over the weekend had the same pistol going for at least $599 and in some cases $649 depending on dealer. This is the 3rd generation Glock too with the finger grooves and thumb grip. The pistol was used for a few years by college campus police in a small college in upstate New York. You really have to love going used as this pistol has just been treated well and is in good shape mechanically. Funny thing about Summit is they have more of these deals too.
Writer
Link Posted: 9/18/2007 4:03:09 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/18/2007 4:03:47 PM EST by BushSniper]
Congrats on the 23 I love that gun, and I love em even more when they cost under $400
Link Posted: 9/18/2007 5:35:17 PM EST
Man, this thing is in like freakin' new condition. Can't say enough about this deal and it came with these green glow in the dark Trijicon dot night sights that are just the best. Way cool deal on this and a big +1 to ordering off the internet.

Writer
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 6:01:05 AM EST
+1 on Summit having good deals. I just ordered a NIB G23 w/ trij NS & 3 mags for $489. The G22s w/trij NS & 3 mags were $469. They were "mistakes" from Glock. They laser etched the wrong initials (IDP) on the slide for a LE contract. In my neck of the woods dealers would want $650 + for a NIB G23 w/ NS.

FB
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 12:45:27 PM EST
[Last Edit: 9/30/2007 12:46:24 PM EST by all4freedom]

Originally Posted By writerdeluxe2006:
I just got a fabulous deal on a Glock 23 from Summit Gun Brokers off of gunbroker.com. The pistol sold for $389 and I received it from my FFL today. Looks to have been fired fewer than 100 rounds, was cleaned nicely, has Tritium night sights from Trijicon that have a nice solid green glow to them, and came with the Glock box and a 13 round magazine with all Glock documentation. The gun show I went to over the weekend had the same pistol going for at least $599 and in some cases $649 depending on dealer. This is the 3rd generation Glock too with the finger grooves and thumb grip. The pistol was used for a few years by college campus police in a small college in upstate New York. You really have to love going used as this pistol has just been treated well and is in good shape mechanically. Funny thing about Summit is they have more of these deals too.
Writer


Yep, I got my G19 from Summit around Christmas last year. $459 for a G19 with Trijicons and 3 mags, in the factory grease. They went quick. The only downside to summit is that he is in MO and I get reamed with sales tax.

BTW you guys shut up about Summit or we'll never get any good deals!
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 12:53:15 PM EST
gun show glocks are 450 - 490 NIB. Only the tacticals, the night sight models or the .45s are over 500.

More then 600 for ANY glock model is a RIP
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 12:58:19 PM EST
If you can find a used glock, go for it. Glocks are good for 500,000 rounds of anything. My now closed indoor range had a Glock 17 that shot 750,000 rounds, and broke the slide at 500,000. Pretty amazing.
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 2:33:18 PM EST
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 2:43:59 PM EST
I have had good luck with JG Sales on Glocks. jgsales.com
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 2:49:23 PM EST
I stopped in that Gander Mnt store 3 weeks ago and I couldn'e believe their prices on everything.
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 2:51:02 PM EST
Bout the only way you're gonna find a cheap glock is if you're an LEO get em for "officer price" from certain distributors.
Link Posted: 9/30/2007 5:33:51 PM EST
Went to a local pawn shop a they had a model 30 night sights, 3rd gen in box 1-clip and fobus holster, gun was in about 80% condition $429 +tax and backrnd, didnt buy it, I already got it and my wallet wasnt $429 + strong
Link Posted: 10/1/2007 6:46:54 AM EST

Originally Posted By BushSniper:
Went to a local pawn shop a they had a model 30 night sights, 3rd gen in box 1-clip and fobus holster, gun was in about 80% condition $429 +tax and backrnd, didnt buy it, I already got it and my wallet wasnt $429 + strong



Magazine AKA Mag
Link Posted: 10/1/2007 8:12:18 AM EST

Originally Posted By Ares337:
Bout the only way you're gonna find a cheap glock is if you're an LEO get em for "officer price" from certain distributors.


Anyone with fire, ems, 911, ret mil and activ mil can also get the GOOD price. All you got to have is a picture id. Pretty much anyone in public safety. My dealer told me there are several other categories that get them as well. Commercial pilots I think was one too.
Link Posted: 10/9/2007 7:11:50 PM EST

Originally Posted By Southrnshooter:

Originally Posted By Ares337:
Bout the only way you're gonna find a cheap glock is if you're an LEO get em for "officer price" from certain distributors.


Anyone with fire, ems, 911, ret mil and activ mil can also get the GOOD price. All you got to have is a picture id. Pretty much anyone in public safety. My dealer told me there are several other categories that get them as well. Commercial pilots I think was one too.


What was the process for this again?

I'm ready to buy a G20 and qualify for the discount. It'd be nice to save $100 or so and get another mag as well.
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