Originally Posted by SGT-MILLER
The problem is I have to track down a compact version around my area...lol. They don't stay on the shelves for too long.
It seems like Para, Springfield, and Ruger all fly off the shelves here with a quickness (that says something).
No lie, just about the only thing left on the shelves in one of the gun stores I frequent is Glocks (not kidding either - I think Glockmania has died here........new Glocks are still on the shelves and the pawn stores are seeing alot more Glocks being pawned in).
Once I can get my hands around a compact LDA I'll be able to decide if I really want it or not.
SGT, here’s a heads-up on firearm purchases. I have a class 3 FFL dealer I have been using for sometime now. (No, I don’t get kick-backs) http://www.personaldefensefirearms.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?
Ed Patton of Patton Enterprises, firstname.lastname@example.org
or (864) 378-4619 is a great guy that will go out of his way delivering customer satisfaction!
You should know his site posts a small amount of offerings but his inventory and supply runs deep.
Once you find that ‘perfect’ firearm, send Ed an email (or call him), tell him one of his satisfied customers provided you with his contact info and ask him what he can do for you.
I got my mouse gun from him after tumbling onto his site during my low price search for the Defender. Most outlets were out of stock but he had three Defenders on his shelf. Here’s what really impressed me, after deciding to push the go button on the purchase and in my OCD style I asked him what the S/Ns were on the three guns. This was on a Sunday evening, he went down and opened his shop, and in less than an hour I had picked the one I wanted and he had it packed/ready to go at first light Monday.
Wow, and the real kicker; his price was the lowest; there was no up-charge for credit card use and free shipping to my FFL for transfer!
Do your self and anyone reading this a favor and after conducting your due diligence search for that perfect gun, give Ed a call or email.