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CDNN catalog

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Newguy1, Dec 26, 2008.

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  1. Newguy1

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    I remember someone hosted a scanned copy of CDNNs catalog. Does anyone have a current price list from them? Looking for S&W M&P and Glock prices.
     
  2. jmr40

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    Just go to www.cdnninvestments.com They have a lot of accessories for sale on the website. You can download their most recent catalog to get gun prices
     
  3. Newguy1

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    It doesn't have prices for the Handguns.
     
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    You have to call for handgun prices.
     
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    CDNN often sells for less than the minimum Advertised price of a firearms. So they just never advertise the price of any pistol. It avoids issues with the manufacturers.
     
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    That's not why they don't advertise handgun prices. It's purely PC BS - they changed right after the VT shooting. They print rifle and shotgun prices - when longgun prices are too low to advertise, they simply say "call for price". Handguns are different. Pure and simple political correctness.
     
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    Newguy1, You are right that someone used to host a copy of the catalog with the handgun prices in it. CDNN asked them (or perhaps told them) to cease and desist, and they complied. The only way to get handgun prices now without calling is to order something from them and be put on the mailing list, the last time I saw a print catalog of theirs they had the prices posted.
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    Get on the print catalog mailing list, and/or call them up for prices on what you want. They answer the phone quickly and are very pleasant to deal with.

    Yeah, sure, an Abilene, Texas-based company that wholesales pistols and assault rifles is "politically correct." Ha. They may well be doing serious CYA for legal liability reasons, but I don't begrudge them whatever they think they need to do to stay in business and avoid getting sued. I think it is highly unreasonable to insultingly call them "politically correct."
     
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