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RE: GSSF Pistol Purchase Coupon

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I thought I had read somewhere on an old thread that you can order a pistol directly through either Glock or GSSF using the pistol purchase coupon and pay the S&H and subsequent transfer fee at your FFL (naturally).

Was I dreaming?

It appears there are very few LGS that participate locally... at this time I prefer not to use the one I used for my first purchase... I e-mailed the GSSF address at Glock and they stated they do not do direct sales related to GSSF.
I thought I had read somewhere on an old thread that you can order a pistol directly through either Glock or GSSF using the pistol purchase coupon and pay the S&H and subsequent transfer fee at your FFL (naturally).

Was I dreaming?

It appears there are very few LGS that participate locally... at this time I prefer not to use the one I used for my first purchase... I e-mailed the GSSF address at Glock and they stated they do not do direct sales related to GSSF.
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Still has to go through a participating dealer. You may be able to find one in a nearby town if you refuse to patronize your local dealer. I just sell my certificates and don't have to deal with any of it.
 

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There is a difference between the GSSF Blue Label pistol purchase coupon where you get the blue label discount and a free pistol certificate that you may win at a GSSF match.

Discount coupon can not be transferred or sold, the free pistol certificate can be transferred or sold.
 

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There is a difference between the GSSF Blue Label pistol purchase coupon where you get the blue label discount and a free pistol certificate that you may win at a GSSF match.

Discount coupon can not be transferred or sold, the free pistol certificate can be transferred or sold.
Thanks for the clarification.
 
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