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M9 in SoCal

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by gudel, Jan 8, 2007.

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  1. gudel

    gudel Member

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    Have you seen M9 in SoCal somewhere, how much was it?
    What's a good price for these things anyway, around $700-$750 maybe?
     
  2. hexidismal

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    yeesh.. there's an NIB M9 at my local gander mountain for $500. And you can find them NIB on gunbroker for $460.
     
  3. USMC Tanker

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    I live in San Diego.

    I got my M9 a few months ago at www.budsgunshop.com for $451.

    They've got pretty decent prices and excellent service.

    If you're in the San Diego area, look up Gussler's for an FFL.
     
  4. zachsm

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    430 on cdnn. im not sure if that would change for you since you live in so. cal. but check it out
     
  5. Beatnik

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    Yeah, the point of the M9 is that it isn't $700.
    Be sure when you're checking ads whether it's the M9 or the M9A1.
    Got mine a couple weeks ago FTF for $350 and I'm loving it.
    Good luck!
     
  6. gudel

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    The guy I use for FFL transfer charges $65 for one transfer, and he's 50 miles away.
    At the cost of gas of $3/gallon, and savings only about $100, it's not worth my time to go back and forth.

    Unfortunately about 4 hours form SD ;)
     
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