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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by PAGunner, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. PAGunner

    PAGunner

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    Well, I can't get away, despite the ee/BTF, I'm going to give Glock another whirl. I think I want a G19 & 21, both Gen4.

    So my question, to get the GSSF discount, you need a 2 year membership correct? How long does it take to get your coupon? Since we're in Novembet I was thinking about getting one before 2012 and one shortly after the new year, as I believe (correct me if I'm wrong) you get 1 discount Glock per calendar year...

    Also what are the current GSSF prices? Same as the LEO/Mil discount?

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. JBP55

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    If you buy a 2 year membership you should be able to purchase a pistol right away but the price is approximately $27 more than the LEO price. A basic small frame Glock for LEO is $398 and the GSSF price is approximately $425. I have been a GSSF member, Armorer and qualified for the Blue Label pistols for years and never used the GSSF to purchase a Glock as it would cost more. Apply soon as the year is winding down fast and good luck.
     
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    How do you get the LEO price if you are a non-LEO?

    The only way that I have seen to get a lower price unless you are a LEO is if you can get a trade-in via CDNN or find a deal on used Glock via Slickguns.

    If I wanted new and a reduced price, for me it was via the GSSF program. Maybe there is another way to get a new Glock at cheaper price that I don't know about.

    Right now I am looking for a G34 Gen 4 and I am unable to find it lower than GSSF price.
     
  5. PAGunner

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    I signed up in May, at the time if you did a 2 year membership, you got a GSSF coupon. Took about two weeks for mine to arrive. It appears the program is still the same.
     
  7. byf43

    byf43 NRA Endowment Life Member

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    Calendar year is my understanding, as well.

    The dealer that I have gotten my GSSF discounted pistols through, use 'calendar' year.

    Buy one on December 31. Buy one January 2.

    Lonnnnnnnnng wait until the next one, though.:crying:
     
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    Blue label Glocks can be purchased by LEO, Fireman, Judge, District Attorney, Pilot, Military, Retired LEO, Retired Military and the list goes on.
     
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    The list of those qualified for LE Glocks was updated about a year ago. It no longer includes pilots. http://us.glock.com/bluelabel