Purchasing a new G26 in Atlanta

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    Purchasing a new G26 in Atlanta

    I live in NW Georgia and have my CWP. I am curious about the Glock facilities in Atlanta. Can I go directly to the plant and purchase a handgun or do I have to go to one of there dealers. I have read other threads about returning your gun for service but haven't seen anything about buying.
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    You'll have to go to a dealer; Glock doesn't sell directly to the public.
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    A 26 won't be hard to find in any shop. Great choice, the 26 is a great CCW. It is easy to conceal and shoots like a larger handgun. Carry a spare 19 or 17 mag and you're good to go.

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    Thanks, that's what I thought.


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    Go to Ed's Pawn in Stockbridge Ga.

    Purchase your G26 through the GSSF program there and save a bunch of money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    Go to Ed's Pawn in Stockbridge Ga.

    Purchase your G26 through the GSSF program there and save a bunch of money.

    the GSSF coupon is different now. after you pay for the GSSF membership, you're only saving about $35 off the price of the gun.

    the coupon no longer gets you the LE price.

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    I second the motion on going to Ed's for your purchase. They have long been considered one of the best Glock dealers in the south-east. They will do you right trust me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Glock View Post
    the GSSF coupon is different now. after you pay for the GSSF membership, you're only saving about $35 off the price of the gun.

    the coupon no longer gets you the LE price.
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    Weagle on the GON forum is the sale's manager at Ed's in Stockbridge, Ga.

    He posts the new GSSF prices. I lucked out and got my G27 at $398 + GSSF fee+ sales tax last year.

    You are still getting out of the door under $500 with a brand new Glock. In this day and age a few saved bucks go a long way.
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    spd in smyrna has good prices as well they have always treated me well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gottawin View Post
    I second the motion on going to Ed's for your purchase. They have long been considered one of the best Glock dealers in the south-east. They will do you right trust me.
    I Third the motion I bought a LE G23 from Ed's last month for $398 before tax with my military orders getting me the LE discount. Great dealer...
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    Was up in Smyrna about 3 weeks ago for some TLC for my G19 and G26. Great folks,excellent service....but I don't think you can purchase a weapon directly from them at the facility. Give them a call. I'm interested to see what the answer is. Good Luck!
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    I have been carrying a G26. I boought the Mag Sleeve from GlockStore.com and carry it with a G19 Mag. It gives me a 16 round Pistol with a full size grip. If I need a smaller gun I just slip in the 10 round mag and I have it.

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