...kinda sucks. GSSF membership has many benefits but I'm no longer sure the pistol purchase coupon is one of them. I've been a GSSF member for about 5 years now. Out of the five coupons I've received I've only managed to use one of them. But not for lack of trying. The only one I've been able to use was redeemed through Ed's Public Safety in Georgia before the goofy 'regional sales only' rule was invoked. Since I live in Colorado I'm no longer able to do business with Ed's (at least not on a blue label gun). Ed's has the best service, the best inventory, helpful, friendly people...and current GSSF rules say I can't purchase from them. OK, so plan B. The only regional blue label dealer that can sell to purchasers in Colorado has very limited inventory and doesn't seem to have the ability (or maybe the interest) to order directly from Glock. Been trying to run down a Gen4 G20, but my regional dealer tells me they're not in production. Ed's has been selling them for a couple months now. Sigh. OK, so plan C. Found a GSSF dealer in Kansas who says he can get the model I want from a distributor in Texas. But he can't ship it to me because Colorado isn't in his regional area. OK, so I'll get in the car and drive to Kansas to pick it up in person. He then tells me that he can't sell it to me at all because purchasers can't cross state lines with a blue label gun. Wow. Can this be any harder? Got a GSSF coupon, got the money in hand, found a dealer that has what I want, I'm even willing to drive 500 miles to get it - and no dice. Probably not gonna renew my GSSF membership when it expires next time. Some good benefits, but I no longer count the pistol purchase program among them. Rant over - sorry, had to vent. Why did Glock have to go and ruin what was a good thing?