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XDPISTOLS.com??

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by cdcmj, Oct 14, 2007.

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  1. cdcmj

    cdcmj Member

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    anybody have any history with this website? Im thinking about ordering my 4'' XD9 from them, as the few gun shops I have found in MD are charging in the upper 500's. This site charges 438$.

    If you have had experience, how was it? are all there guns NIB?

    Also, does anyone else have any sites with good XD prices that you can recommend, which are reliable.
     
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  3. cdcmj

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    from that site, and on some others that I have looked at

    "Maryland – NO GUNS PERIOD PER BUD."

    What is the deal??
     
  4. MikePGS

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    You know, i have no idea what the deal is with that. I'm guessing it has something to do with some sort of legal wrangling involved with shipping guns to MD (i think its one of the states that you need to have an empty case shipped with the gun) but by no means should you quote me on that.
     
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    i think you are right about the fired casing...a) what does this do for the brady folks? b) why dont sellers offer to assist with yet another loop hole to jump through
     
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    you gotta keep in mind that when you buy online you are gonna have to find an ffl holder that will do the transfer, and pay that fee and in some instances most that is you have to pay the shipping too.

    this is often how i calculate a good deal or not.

    so for example local shop has a gun for 650 and online i can get it for 600, i will defenitly go with the one from the local shop. i can handel it and inspect before i buy and i also don'thave to wait. just IMHO.
     
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    Agreed possum.
     
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    i agree too, but as of now, local gun shop is 610, online 440..gotta love (hate) MD...anymore insight on the fire casings law? or other online sites/
     
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    No brainer, huh.
     
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    Ditto w/ Possum
     
  11. cdcmj

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    lol once again, i agree, but im saying, alot of these good priced websites wont ship to MD, and I am wondering what is the purpose of this fired casings thing in MD? and why cant dealers help out?
     
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