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Just spent $900 (incl tax) on my Kel-Tec p32

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SharpDog, Jul 12, 2019.

  1. SharpDog

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    But it came with a very nice accessory:

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    <*(((>< Luke

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    What did you give for the P365, I’ve been seeing them for $450 occasionally. Seems like supply is starting to equal demand on those.
     
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    P365 around 525 here.....plus tax.
     
  5. SharpDog

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    the p365 was $591.50 out the door (9% tax) it was a little high but this is the last LGS in my area (outside of Walmart) so I didn't quibble. All I asked was when it was made and he got it in a couple of months ago.
     
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    I do hope you’re happy with them. Not trying to be rude, but those if bought online and shipped to an FFL would have barely exceeded $700 out the door. Why not go that route?
     
  7. SharpDog

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    I could have done that and in a couple of years seen the 3rd LGS go out of business in my area. My actual cost was $865 and if you subtract the various fees for the transfer as well as taxes, I would have saved about $95. I'm ok with that. I donated more than that to NRA this month.
     
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    Got to support the local guys sometimes.
     
  9. SteadyD

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    My LGS just closed last week. I gladly paid a bit more to shop there but he folded up because everyone shops online now. I think we will all regret it when there are no more local shops, and that day is coming soon.

    Sorry for the thread drift. I’m eyeing a 365 myself. I’d prefer a DAO hammer fired pistol but 10 rounds in such a small package is a siren song that’s almost impossible to resist.
     
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    Bingo... when there is no FFL to transfer a gun. Those online deals wont matter at all.
     
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    Some of them need to act like they want customers to come through the door.
     
  12. Safety First

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    You do have a good point. We need to support both when we can. There are 4 good LGS in my immediate area. One is really hurting the other three seem to be doing fine. GA boys do love their guns n stuff :)
     
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