MemberDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
Hello all, first poster and future new gun owner here with a question… Where do y’all recommend buying a Glock 19 online? I’ve always heard that buying brick and mortar is just not feasible anymore since mark ups are far too large but I have no idea where I can order a Glock that will be shipped reliably and for an affordable price. Any recommendations would be appreciated!
ssgsimonGuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
Pay the extra $10-20 and support your local businesses. When they go away it will be far far easier to regulate firearms. Just saying
Atari1977GuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
A brick and mortar store can be fine, depending on where you are it might end up being about the same price as buying it online once you take into account the FFL transfer fee.
Most of the time buying online is a better deal though since the guns are a bit cheaper and you don’t have to pay sales tax.
As for where to go, Budsgunshop is reliable.
TomByer8829GuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
Cost 99c for first month membership then cancel it.
Theyre not much over blue label prices last time I was comparing
Fair warning, that websites gonna make you piss away ALOT of money on good prices.
bradyt06GuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
I like Buds Gun Shop and they’ll match prices, way cheaper than local shops. I bought a G19 and a G43 from them.
Andyjh23GuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
In my state, its required that a firearm be shipped to a local firearms dealer/store and usually they will charge a transfer fee. In my experience the online price + transfer fee is usually pretty close to what the local dealer price is. You could also ask your dealer to price match, usually they will match the price +their transfer fee.
Brother_To_WolvesGuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
Literally anywhere. Look on google, or on r/gundeals.
thothdjehutiGuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
You can buy a glock WITH laser stippling from [SonoranDefense.com](https://SonoranDefense.com) – I’m friends with one of the owners.
thephasteroneGuestDecember 14, 2019 at 2:34 am
Go to your local gun store and buy it for whatever price they want, using a credit card with buyer protection.
Then find the cheapest price you can online and file a claim with your CC to price match. They send you a check for the difference. They also don’t care about things like shipping or FFL transfer fees.
Check with your CC company before acting, of course. Don’t mention what you are buying, just find out the details on your price protection policy.