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Old 06-03-2012, 10:27 PM   #61
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Over here in Kali the lowest I can find one for is like $950. Almost everywhere I go everything is either very close to MSRP or is MSRP. Sports Authority told me it was their store policy or whatever that they could only charge MSRP. I wish I only had to save up $700. Hope ya get it. I shot one of the same line and they are ungodly fun to shoot!!!
some dealers have agreements with their distributors on selling price as to the MRSP listed and have to abide by that to be able to sell that vendors products. sometimes these agreements are the only way they can get the products to offer and sell to their customers. sad but true.
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Old 06-03-2012, 10:57 PM   #62
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I love this one, and I think I remember the episode.
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You may be right, I did make a mistake once. Back in 1992 I believe.
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I know what you mean. I thought I made a mistake once and when I thought about it again I realized I had not so I guess thats where I made my mistake?
Yea, I bought a G22 in 1992. I'm still living down that mistake.
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Yea, I bought a G22 in 1992. I'm still living down that mistake.
Mine was a G30
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Mine was a G30
We all make them
Fine........... I did by G26 once, but it wasn't for me....... It was for the wife and she didn't like it so it had to go.
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