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Old 06-30-2009, 06:31 AM   #11
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Dealer cost for a new 935 is $452.04. That means that shotgun from a gun shop would be $500.00 to $550.00. Good thing wallyworld doesn't sell pistols or there would be no gun shops in America.

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Dealer cost for a new 935 is $452.04. That means that shotgun from a gun shop would be $500.00 to $550.00. Good thing wallyworld doesn't sell pistols or there would be no gun shops in America.
There's just something that puts a weird feeling in me about buying a firearm from wally world. I don't know if it would be lesser quality, or they would retain my information and try to use it against me in the future. If target ammo wasn't so cheap there, I would buy it from somewhere else.
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I agree, Cameron. If the ammo was as expensive as Dicks Sporting Goods, I would never visit Walmart, unless I needed food.

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I would much rather spend my money with a mom and pop shop than the big chain retailers. You actually get service, with people that know a little something. Although, one chain store around here has a few people that know something. The big thing is, I actually get to hold the firearm and take my time looking it over and getting the feel of it, and not feel rushed.

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If my local shops weren't violating my hiney with the prices of their ammo, I would buy there. I'm NOT paying $23 for 50rds of off brand .40cal range ammo.

I hope they sink!!

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Dealer cost for a new 935 is $452.04. That means that shotgun from a gun shop would be $500.00 to $550.00. Good thing wallyworld doesn't sell pistols or there would be no gun shops in America.
Wally Worlds up here sell Glocks, Smiths, etc. The local gun stores,
Sportsman's Warehouse, Sport's Authority are all doing well. Just
wish they would get more bulk ammo. Lots of active shooter here.
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Thats a great deal for that shotgun! While I'm not a mossberg fan (remington all the way!) they are still alright for a price like that I suppose. I agree with everyone else though, my local wal mart doesn't have a very knowledgable staff and rarely seem to know what they are doing. The only thing thats good there is the ammo prices. Be careful and try to get a good look at it before you might buy it.

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Sounds like its not a 10 gauge, but you can shoot 3" mags in it.

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I misread the post

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Update: While on yet another fruitless mission recently to Wal-Mart in search of 45 Auto ammo, I noticed that the aforementioned Mossy 935 Magnum autoloader had increased in price, from $397 to $437.

I KNEW $397 was a good deal.

BTW, painful as it is, I try to shop at Wal-Mart as much as I can, mostly because liberals hate Walmart. I think the ultimate would be to drive your Hummer to Walmart to buy a gun and ammo, and then go "kill deer". The libs' worst nightmare....

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