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C&A and Brownells

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by clarkpat, Oct 31, 2006.

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  1. clarkpat

    clarkpat Member

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    I think this has been discussed before but I wanted to know if having your C&A gets you any special pricing through Brownells. If so how do I go about getting a C&A and if not, what is required to recieve the "wholesale" price.

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  2. Arkie

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    Well you probably mean a C & R license. Curio and Relics is what is means.

    They will give you a discount with the license.

    You can go here to see about getting your license.

    Click Here...
     
  3. Onmilo

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    Heck, Brownells will do the same thing for a member of the NRA.
    You don't need a license to get the discount just an NRA membership.
    PS, they don't discount any more dollars to holders of FFLs either, trust me on this one.
    On the plus side their service is excellent and I don't have to order a four pack of center drills like I have to at some big tool houses.
     
  4. Stinger1

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    If you are registered with Brownell's and/or Midway USA you will receive Dealers prices. Sometimes the sale prices are as good/or better then dealer prices. But mostly it's depends on the markup. So you can find some very good prices. I shop Midway a lot and if I can't get what I want then I go with Brownell's. Also you can use your C&R with importers like Century for delaer prices after you've registered with them. It's worth having, along with being able to buy a C&R item and having it shipped directly to you.

    RC
     
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