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Best online Sigma price

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by sogarimfire, Dec 7, 2008.

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  1. sogarimfire

    sogarimfire Member

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    Hey guys I looking to purchase a new Smith &Wesson SW9VE Sigma.Who has the best online prices?The best I have seen is $290 with one mag online.
     
  2. Bullnettles

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    I understand you're looking for online price, but if you have a Cabela's anywhere near you, I'd check them out. $250 after MIR w/4 hi-cap mags in a .40 caliber. Sorry I couldn't help on the online part.
     
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    $290. is a good deal and they come with 2-10 or 2-16 round mags. There is also a rebate now for $50. or 2-mags. They are $339. at Buds with free shipping.
     
  5. Davek1977

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    i'm not sure how common Runnings Farm and Fleet stores that carry guns are....but I recently bought a Sigma 9ve at the local one, for 300 even....then I got a 50 dollar gift card that could be used towards the gun purchase (included with ALL firearm purchases). Combine that with a $50 rebate, and I walked out of the store witha NIB Sigma for 200 plus tax!! For what its worth, the display model had a price tag of $329, the one they got me from the backroom was marked $350, but rang up at the register for $299!!! Needless to say, I was happy to pay what I paid! How many non-Hi Point shooters have gotten a reliable name-brand 9mm with a lifetime warranty for 200 bucks? Nothing against Hipoint, as I pondered buying one and still might at some point....one can never have too many guns!!
     
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