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Old 12-05-2012, 02:03 PM   #1
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Old 12-05-2012, 02:06 PM   #2
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I plan on using the blue label program for my first glock as well. BTW thats a nice looking weapon.

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Thought I would share my new Glock. Got this G29SF on the blue label program it’s got factory night sights and some Pearce +0 floor plates and a G20 mag with the A&G grip extension…..and 10mm reloading goodies……love it, just need more time with it to learn the Glock (never owned)…..coming off of a custom SP-01 it’s a tad bit learning curve, love the round though








With 26 rounds of 180 grain Hornady XTP’s



Excuse my ignorance but what is the blue label program? Am I missing something?
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Is that a 10mm?

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The blue lable program is for law enforcement and military, either active duty or retired to get a glock at substantial discounts.

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Nice choice and great pistol, congrats! BTW, what's the average price break on blue label if you don't mind me asking? Or even what other manufacturers offer programs like this? I almost popped on an H&K years ago with a special program like this that they sadly don't offer anymore.

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Nice choice and great pistol, congrats! BTW, what's the average price break on blue label if you don't mind me asking? Or even what other manufacturers offer programs like this? I almost popped on an H&K years ago with a special program like this that they sadly don't offer anymore.
I have seen these discounts at up to $150 off of MSRP for new glocks
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Seems like the price break varies, I don’t know what the MSRP on a 29/w NS but I got this one for 570 otd, fire folks and ems can use the Blue Label as well

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10mm and 45 are $435, all others are $405 with Blue Label program. Also Fire still qualifies...

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