springfield 9 mm xd sc

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    springfield 9 mm xd sc

    ok this is what i want but is hard to find in my area cabelaes has 5 about 65 miles away from my house but at 550.00 is that a resonable price?
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    Nice choice.

    IMO that price is average, or a little high. There might be some used ones around for less money.

    If they are hard to find in your area, why not buy one from an online dealer or Gunbroker.com and have it shipped to your local FFL? You can probably save some money that way and the selection will be better.
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    acctually is about $40.00 more than what one is going for here. if you can find one, but the last one i saw was.

    but it might be cheaper in long run, to buy it.... it was similar situation with me, couldnt find one but i went ahead and bought it cause i couldnt find one. But gallery of guns list them at $543.00

    so if it was me i would go get it... and have it.....

    if it has a 16+1 mag and 13+1 mag it was built after july 1
    if it has a 16+1 mag and 10+1 mag like mine it was before.
    either way i would get it, cause i love it

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    "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

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    does that include shippin?
    and wouldnt there be a transfer fee?

    if it is included then for an extra 25 one could have the gun within an hour or so....
    but if it isnt then that would be added on and might cost more than going and getting one.
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    There is a phone number on their site. Give them a call.

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    $489 plus tax OTD south of ATL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjkjr View Post
    does that include shippin?
    and wouldnt there be a transfer fee?
    I don't know. It probably doesn't include shipping. The transfer fee would be up to the FFL, so I can't speculate. In the end it should be less money than buying it at Cabelas. It is just a suggestion.
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    It's a little on the high side, but with shipping and ffl fees it might end up being pretty close if you can't find anything else. Good pistol. I've got the service size XD9 and it's a great reliable gun.
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    Great gun! I would imagine that with shipping and transfer fees it might be a draw. I know on my last purchase it was better to pay a little more locally than to try to get some deal shipped.
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    I may be wrong, but I'm under the impression that all Bud's gun prices include shipping which is why it indicated "Delivered". If you order via credit card, I want to say there's an additional 3% charge or at least there was the last time I ordered (don't know if it's changed). The 10 round is $435 and the 16 round is $462.

    $435 * 1.03 = $448.05 delivered
    $462 * 1.03 = $475.86 delivered

    In my area, transfers fees are usually around $30 and includes the $5 NICS call.

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    Here they go for 499.00 + tax
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    My dealer, $465.00 + tax.

    I bought one.

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    About a year ago I paid $415, new in box, for my XD9SC at a gun show. I would say just keep looking,

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    Very nice gun... price wise, if it was a Bi-tone... it would still be on the high side in my area.
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