LGS makes their money on the transfer fee. Lets face it, if the GCA of 1968 didn't exist there wouldn't be many LGS.
Middle Georgia.Where are you located?
Adventure Outdoors currently has the 9mm Shields for $329.99 and the 40s&w Shields for $339.99.
Was in Clyde's last night and saw it. Pretty sure Chucks is $20-$30 cheaper.Which LGS you looking at in Houston county?
Was in Clyde's last night and saw it. Pretty sure Chucks is cheaper but nowhere near online prices.Which LGS you looking at in Houston county?
I say $20 extra is worth it to me to keep the LGS in business to I can go in there and fondle the merchandise from time to time. I am thinking if LGS is 5% over it is worth it to keep them in business.
go by Centerville gun and pawn and see if the have what your looking for and take cash. they will usually take $20-$30 off the sticker for cash. the more $$$ the more you can ask for. I was looking at a $900 gun in there and offered $750 he countered with $825. I didn't have the $825.:|Was in Clyde's last night and saw it. Pretty sure Chucks is cheaper but nowhere near online prices.
I asked the question because I am interested in what other peoples limit in price difference will make you buy online vs LGS.
Figure up what the Online deal will cost after shipping and FFL fees, then talk with the LGS and see if they can come close.I was recently looking at a M&P Shield and was doing a price comparison. At the LGS, I can find them for around $400 NIB + sales tax. Online I saw one yesterday for right at $300, no sales tax due to buying from out of state dealer + FFL transfer fee at LGS.
Always a good idea. Unfortunately, I tried that and was told that the price I had from CDNN was $70 lower than the LGS's price from their distributor. It's always worth a try, but don't be surprised if you have a great deal in hand when you LGS just can't even get close.Figure up what the Online deal will cost after shipping and FFL fees, then talk with the LGS and see if they can come close.