Discussion in 'On Topic' started by BigBadJohn, Jan 9, 2009.
Glock model 22 in fotee. Brand new at Rural King in Salem, IL for $515 cash
No. 22s are the cheapest Glocks...you can usually find them like new, lightly used for around $375-400.
Not a horrible price for a 3rd gen glock 22.
I get the feeling that no matter how cheap you find it, someone else is going to say it could have been had for $50 less.
I also endorse buying from your local gun store even if it's a little more as it is tough to run a firearm bussiness nowadays. If you don't support your local gun stores they will go out of bussiness.
Seems like a reasonable price to me... Not a good price, but also not too bad... I bought my G19 for $485 which I was the cheapest I could find one locally after doing a lot of looking around... I'm sure others will post in here how you are being ripped off if you pay over $300 for a glock...
Which is evident in my town, where we have lost 2 or 3 shops in the past year. We now only have Gander...
Most local joints around here are at about $565 and up for NIB Glocks.
What do you define as "a little" more? 5%, perhaps 10% more than cheapest? MSRP?
I agree that one should support a local store; but they have to remain somehwat competitive- this isn't the auto industry, after all...
Local shops don't buy them by the container load, so they don't get such great prices as the national chains.