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Just wanted to say a big thank you to Ed's and the friendly people there. I dropped by today to pick up a new Gen4 G26 and was very promptly greeted and taken care of. The store wasn't as big as I thought it would be, but it was packed full of guns and ammo. I joined GSSF and got a super price on the G26 and 200 rounds of .223. Be assured, they will get a lot more of my business from now on.
 

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Melissa5 - :righton: onthe G26. Thought you were going for a Kimber, why the change? (if you don't mind saying).
 

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Ed's always gets my business
 

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ga_trucklvr said:
Melissa5 - :righton: onthe G26. Thought you were going for a Kimber, why the change? (if you don't mind saying).
Well, the more I thought about it, I already have a 6-round .45 in my G36. I know it's not as pretty as the Kimber though. The biggest reason I decided not to get the Kimber was that I decided to use the money for a Daniel Defense DDXV w/EZ Carbine Rails. I've got several handguns, but I didn't have any long guns. Will be picking that up maybe Friday.

WoodandSteel, I'll do a range report with pictures comparing the Gen3 with the Gen4 after I clean my house today.
 

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I've heard nothing but great things about Ed's not to mention they invest in local competition shooters by sponsoring them.
 

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I made my second GSSF purchase from Ed's this month - a Gen4 G19. Really, they have been great to deal with in person the first time and on the phone the second time. You can't beat the GSSF prices and shipping is only $15.
 
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