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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by emtrchr, Feb 12, 2012.
how does a person go about getting the discount?
When I purchased my G26 under the program I just showed the dealer my retired military ID card.
Just find a dealer that honors it and show them your department I.D. Other than that it is no different than buying any other gun.
At least around here it is simply presenting credentials at the time of purchase. Glock customer service should be able to point you to the dealers near you (770-432-1202) Not all dealers participate in the program.
When you go to the store ask them of they have any glocks in stock for sale under the first responders program. BRING YOUR DEPT ID. Sorry I had to put it in bold because that is the most important part. The local shops around here will not even entertain the thought of taking one of the specially marked boxes out for you if you don't show them your credentials first. Also make sure they have the caliber you would like. A lot of law enforcement officers buy them up for duty/off duty carry so inventory maybe depleted. Hope this helps.
You need to contact Glock customer service and ask them who the dealers are that are closest to you... Not all dealers participate as Bruce has mentioned and it's called the Blue Label program, not all Glock dealers are Blue Label dealers so def call and find out who is, there is a list on the Glock site but it's not always up to date so you're better off calling Glock CS and getting the updated list
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The guys at my local shop know me... So it's easy..
A local bar
A local gun shop
And a shovel !
Thanks for the info guys. will give cs a call.
does an Etool count?
As good as it gets
Around here a state EMS cert works instead of Dept ID, as most services don't, or at least didn't until very recently, issue anytype of ID.
Where I live in CT they ask you right away for your dept ID. Unless your a regular (which I am) at most gun stores here they even ask to see your ccw permit before they take anything out from under the glass.
Heh I'd be screwed if they did that here, we just started getting ID badges from the local services/hospitals with our name, service name, and certification level on it, and I never had one in TX
Isnt there some online dealers that do this via FFL transfer? I know atlantictactical.com does it. Anybody know of any other online dealers that do it? I know of atleast one other one but I cant remember the name and ive been searching for it for some time.
I used to buy online from Ed's Public Safety. They're awesome. Then can't sell outside their region now though (only GA, AL, SC, NC and TN, I think).
I believe that is all of the contiguous states except FL. Guess it is pretty obvious what state's dealers prompted Glock to curtail Ed's good service. If you can't compete, shut them down.