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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Roadwild17, Oct 10, 2005.

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  1. Roadwild17

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    I’m looking to start doing some online gun shopping, anyone have any good sites they would like to share?
     
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    I had no problems with www.makarov.com, www.dansammo.com, and www.aimsurplus.com. Especially in that I live in Jersey and a lot of companies won't deal with us.

    You need to keep an eye on them and grab what you like when the getting is good. Aim has some interesting post war .32ACP Walthers right now.

    Once you decide, hit the forums to make sure that the outfit is legit and would be helpful if there is a problem. Make sure they will take credit cards (even if you pay cash) because that means they are investigated a bit.

    You can get some outstanding buys with a little patience and a couple of hundred bucks.
     
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    Out of all those listings, that weren't auction sites, only one listed Bersa's for sale. Of which NONE IN STOCK!
     
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    You must have figured out how to work that site. I got nothing when I looked.

    How much was shipipng for your stuff?
     
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    Ugh ... $25 for me. Cheaper to buy it at Academy, even though I don't want to.
     
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    Yeah. Academy would be cheaper and less hassel. Not too much savings on a Bersa to make the shipping worthwhile.
     
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    Its been my experience that I can buy firearms locally cheaper than online after shipping and FFL fees are included..... add the ability to see what I am buying before I buy it and I will only buy locally.
    Once in awhile I see the exception....maybe $15-20 cheaper. Not enough savings to justify buying sight unseen...or taking the chance the seller is dishonest.
    But thats just my opinion.
     
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