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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by jgladieux, Dec 12, 2002.
Who thinks $490.00 shipped for a LIKE NEW Glock 30 is not a good price?
Maybe for somebody who only want's to pay $480.00??
It's a very nice price ;b
Around me the G30 is around 525.00, to me 490.00 shipped wouldn't be worth it, do to the fact that all my local FFL holders want 50.00 to 60.00 to recieve it. Most of the shops around me will knock-off 10.00 and throw in a box of range ammo. But I hear of alot of places where Glocks cost alot more, so to them it would be worth it.
Good luck getting rid of it, it is a great gun.
they want over $600 for all glocks where i live!! but, then again i live in the greediest town in florida!!
That's what I mean, about price gaps. I hear all the time that if you buy from X state stores they are cheap but if your in a Y state you are limited to local mark-ups. I guess I'm lucky that their is an extreme spread around me but, fortunately the cheap spots are near by. For example, I bought a G23C for 495.00, yet when I was shopping this past weekend I found a G23 for 585.00, that's nuts.
They can be found brand new for 500.00 (including tax) around me w/o to much effort.
Used (like new) would have to be 425.00 to make it worth the hassle.
Mine was 550.00 with adjustable sight,shipping and tax......so yeah thats a good price.
My G-30 was $545.00 in CNY...Sounds like a good price...
When citing price$ it would be nice if you TOLD us where you are located; either in your profile, or in the text of your message itself.
thank you. ;Y
$500 like new (almost sure was unfired)G30 f/s w/o box in San Diego.
New units in my area run $569-589.
I'm happy with my find.
What is meant by "like new"? If it really is "like new", that would be a good price anywhere.