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S&W Columbus Day Sale

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Protein anchor, Oct 6, 2006.

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  1. Protein anchor

    Protein anchor Member

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    Hi guys (and gals) I am new here this week...already some great help about some of my upcoming choices. I read in my local Club newspaper that S&W is having a Columbus day Sale this weekend in Springfield MA, 299 Page Bvld. This is their sports center (company store and range).

    The paper states 20-40% new guns...I would guess they would have every model in the book as well...plus 20% holsters and such. I am looking for a 637-38-42, so I am going to check it out as it is only 10 miles form where I live. Just thought I would pass this along. :D
     
  2. bouis

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    Heh. 20-40% sounds about like actual retail cost considering how high S&W's MSRPs are.
     
  3. Protein anchor

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    Possibly true...but you never know. I know I can pick up a 638 NIB for 409 down the street...MSRP is 470, 20% off should be ~376...a small savings but a savings nonetheless. :)

    What if that gun is 30 or 40% off? you should go if you are within easy driving distance. I think it will be cool just to see their facility...even if I do not save much.
     
  4. cbsbyte

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    The sale prices at the S&W store, though good for Mass residents will be about the same as a regular price at a decent gun store in free states. S&W store prices are useally about 30-50% higher, than a regular gun store. Mass law regulates that only licensed residents can buy guns or ammo in state. I went there last year during there annual sale but I did not buy anything since the prices where still steep.
     
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