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    Now when it says LEO and Mil only

    Does this mean as a vet I can buy it or does this mean only active?

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    ...usually means active...if you're still a reservist, some companies accept that...or Nat Guard may work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snub44 View Post
    ...usually means active...if you're still a reservist, some companies accept that...or Nat Guard may work...
    Thanks for clearing that up.

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    ...whatcha looking at...guns, ammo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snub44 View Post
    ...whatcha looking at...guns, ammo?
    Guns, A shop close by had some new glocks going for 430 but it was leo/mil only

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    Recommend you check with the company if they have something that you want.

    I bought from a company recently that had a price for LE & Military. When I inquired, the military included active, reserve, guard & Retired.

    Got a great price.
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    ...if you're retired or a combat vet, maybe so...I'd sure grab up my DD214 and head down there...I've been told No before and it heals quickly...let us know if it works...some folks are really openminded...especially if they have had guys/gals over there!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snub44 View Post
    ...if you're retired or a combat vet, maybe so...I'd sure grab up my DD214 and head down there...I've been told No before and it heals quickly...let us know if it works...some folks are really openminded...especially if they have had guys/gals over there!!!
    I'll check that out in the next day or so. The manager is a retired LEO so I may have luck if I speak with him.

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    We include the law enforcement/military discount on all new Glock pistols to all law enforcement current or retired, all military active, retired or former, and to licensed armed security officers if the firearm is to be used as a duty pistol.

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    Re: Now when it says LEO and Mil only

    Why do people forget about us military folk who did their time and are out now? Not retired, disabled, or active duty? Home depot is like that.

    Don't get me wrong... Retired and disabled I totally understand. Active duty is obvious. But if we did our time and got out honorably then why not include us? Esp those who were in battle and were able to come back home.

    Just a question. Not trying to offend. In my business if your served honorably I thank them with a discount.

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    Glock honors retired military with its discounted prices, but does not for "former" military. But not all Glock "dealers" will do this, such as the one near me. Of course, prices are set by the dealer, and if asked, he may give you a break on the price.
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    Re: Now when it says LEO and Mil only

    I am a disabled vet and it means absolutely nothing as far as promos like this go. You typically have to be active or retired, no love for people that just served and got out.

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    Re: Now when it says LEO and Mil only

    Quote Originally Posted by conefree View Post
    I am a disabled vet and it means absolutely nothing as far as promos like this go. You typically have to be active or retired, no love for people that just served and got out.

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    Ok so its not just me then.

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    Our local mil/leo gun shop honors retired mil, too. I buy most of my stuff there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deanathpc View Post
    Why do people forget about us military folk who did their time and are out now? Not retired, disabled, or active duty? Home depot is like that.

    Don't get me wrong... Retired and disabled I totally understand. Active duty is obvious. But if we did our time and got out honorably then why not include us? Esp those who were in battle and were able to come back home.

    Just a question. Not trying to offend. In my business if your served honorably I thank them with a discount.

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    AS I said we include former Military in our interpetation of the discount. Arent disabled vets retired? A Veteran may have done several tours in combat, not been wounded, and decided to seperate from the military before his retirement date... is he or she any less a national treasure than someone who stayed in?... Our opinion is no.. they are no less a national treasure. The only thing required is an honorable discharge.
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