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Old 04-16-2012, 11:13 AM   #1
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I'm shopping around for a glock 17 gen.4 the best price I got was $613(new) with 3 magazines @ america outdoors in lindenhurst long island...any idea if thats a good price?????

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Old 04-16-2012, 03:32 PM   #2
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Try gunbroker.com or Buds. Good luck

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Regions can vary on pricing. They're $525-550 in my neck of the woods. Bud's sells them online for real close to $500.

You can also get really good pricing if you happen to do any work that falls under that vast umbrella of "Homeland Security"...meaning Military, LE, Security, Fire/EMS, etc...often even volunteer/student positions in those fields.

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I'm shopping around for a glock 17 gen.4 the best price I got was $613(new) with 3 magazines @ america outdoors in lindenhurst long island...any idea if thats a good price?????
well thats your first mistake your trying to buy a glock... sorry just had too.

what they said above . buds has good prices
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I work for the postal service...lol
It seems like everything cost more here in long island ny and you get less (only comes with 10 rounds magazine)

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To jjfuller
What's so wrong about the glock???

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Nothing is wrong with a Glock. There are anti-Glock people out there who will try to dissuade you for a number of reasons, including my favorite which is that they are unsafe. Then there are those, probably like jjfuller, who is just goofing with you. I have owned two and they never failed me. Simple yet effective, the way a battle weapon should be.
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I thinking the glock or smith and wesson m&p the only reson I'm leaning more towards the glock is thats there's alot more accessories out there

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Are postal workers allowed to buy guns?

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Regions can vary on pricing. They're $525-550 in my neck of the woods. Bud's sells them online for real close to $500.

You can also get really good pricing if you happen to do any work that falls under that vast umbrella of "Homeland Security"...meaning Military, LE, Security, Fire/EMS, etc...often even volunteer/student positions in those fields.
Same price range around here too, also the same for the M&P and the XDs
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