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Best place to buy Surefires?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Ohen Cepel, Nov 1, 2006.

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  1. Ohen Cepel

    Ohen Cepel Member

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    I'm looking to buy a Surefire Kroma as a Christmas gift.

    Does anyone sell these things at a price different than MSRP? If not, best place to deal with?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Confirmedkill

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    Have you tried Ebay? You might be able to get a good deal if you time your bid right.
     
  3. Optical Serenity

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    well, surefire.com is good., if not them, botachtactical.com is good as well.
     
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    Surefire.com sells at less than MSRP?
     
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    FYI: Base prices are decent. eBay is slightly cheaper, but at least you don't have to pay tax (or shipping).
     
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    MSRP for a Surefire Kroma is $299, I can get it for $119.60.

    You gotta know someone from the industry, for the best deal. I work for a sporting goods retail corp. and we just worked out a contract with Surefire. I get everything 60% off retail price.

    Got this for $124...MSRP $308:

    SureFire2002.gif

    Don't mean to brag.:D
     
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    Wait for group-buys to appear on gun/knife/light forums. You wont likely score a better price unless you know someone who can buy for distributer cost. We have had a couple here that offered *deep* discounts over MSRP.
     
  10. 648E

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    Botach is good?! :uhoh:

    Surefire (buying direct) is good?? :uhoh:

    No.

    The only way to buy a Surefire is from BrightFlashlights and I can't believe nobody has mentioned him yet.

    You better be sitting down when you call though, his prices are that good.
     
  11. Ohen Cepel

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    I won't deal with Botach, that's for sure.

    I just emailed Brightflashlights, thanks for the lead there 648E!

    Couldn't get my local guy to give me any info today and time is an element for me now.
     
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    :cool: I'll take it! PM me please.

    Ohen Cepel - Can you let me know how much a Kroma is from Brightflashlights through PM? I hate to bother him so many times without buying stuff! I have bought hundreds of dollars of stuff from him, but none real lately. Thank You.
     
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    Calvin at Brightflashlights is a great guy. You can also check www.Opticshq.com I'm not sure how their normal prices are, but they offer excellent CPF forums discounts.
     
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    Never heard back from Brightflashlights. Think I'll just pick one up at the store. When people don't return emails it starts to worry me.
     
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