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Old March 28th, 2013, 04:04 AM   #46
 
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I feel like I got ripped off we bought my P95 in December for $418 out the door but then again I live a in a fairly small town and everything seems to be marked up here a good bit. Still I see these numbers and say ouch!
Think yourself lucky you don't live in Australia.....



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Old March 28th, 2013, 04:15 AM   #47
 
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Think yourself lucky you don't live in Australia.....
lol that I will! I just keep telling myself we helped to support a very small local business so it doesnt hurt as much.
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I bought a blue P95 two weeks ago for $319.00. Shoots great, no problems at all.
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Juts be happy you got it and can enjoy it!
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Think yourself lucky you don't live in Australia.....
And I think of how lucky you are TO live there.
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Old March 28th, 2013, 01:22 PM   #51
 
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I feel like I got ripped off we bought my P95 in December for $418 out the door but then again I live a in a fairly small town and everything seems to be marked up here a good bit. Still I see these numbers and say ouch!
Don't feel bad dragonflylady cause he still has to pay a FFL transfer fee and usually shipping cost but in his case he got lucky and Kentucky Gun Co. gave him free shipping on his P95. He doesn't pay sales tax.
$328.99 firearm, estimated transfer $25-$50, estimated shipping if applied $25-$40.
estimated low end cost $378.99 w/o tax, if paid shippping
estimated high end cost $418.99 w/o tax, if paid shipping
You paid $418 total, firearm, tax and transfer, plus you supported a very small local business. You probably received your firearm that day and he stated he has to wait for three weeks.

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Don't feel bad dragonflylady cause he still has to pay a FFL transfer fee and usually shipping cost but in his case he got lucky and Kentucky Gun Co. gave him free shipping on his P95. He doesn't pay sales tax.
$328.99 firearm, estimated transfer $25-$50, estimated shipping if applied $25-$40.
estimated low end cost $378.99 w/o tax, if paid shippping
estimated high end cost $418.99 w/o tax, if paid shipping
You paid $418 total, firearm, tax and transfer, plus you supported a very small local business. You probably received your firearm that day and he stated he has to wait for three weeks.
I actually had to wait until the next day and the guy was afraid I would have to wait the weekend with 800+ people in front of me in the background check system. When I got my hubby his rifle he had to wait a full week and it was just the next week we bought that it was crazy. When he got his hand gun a couple of weeks ago he got it in about half an hour.
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I actually had to wait until the next day and the guy was afraid I would have to wait the weekend with 800+ people in front of me in the background check system. When I got my hubby his rifle he had to wait a full week and it was just the next week we bought that it was crazy. When he got his hand gun a couple of weeks ago he got it in about half an hour.
I have my CCDW license so I don't have to be called in.
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Have had my P95 for a few months now and love it. Have only had 2 malfunctions and that was on the first day while breaking it in. Agree about the oil I usually put a fingertip amount on the slide.
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Great Pistol
really dialing it in
the long double action pull is great for trigger finger control
after that single action short tap really gets some accuracy
as built sights just shoot a bit high at 50' but dead on at 100' 3" bull
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