Swinging deal on M&P Shield

Swinging deal on M&P Shield

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    Swinging deal on M&P Shield

    As the holidays get closer, I am sure there are going to be more great deals on firearms than you can shake a stick at. I just got an email from Top Gun Supply, with whom I have done business. I also buy from their sister company, Proven Arms and Outfitters.

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    https://www.topgunsupply.com/gun-dea...eid=542175a0aa
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    Yeah, but that's the 1.0. I think the 2.0 is worth the extra $$ just because of the trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    Yeah, but that's the 1.0. I think the 2.0 is worth the extra $$ just because of the trigger.
    Yep I caught that after I posted. Did not realize the 2.0 was still that much more.
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    It's a good deal on the 2.0 for sure. I paid over $400 for one 1 1/2 years ago.
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    I can't believe you can get a 1.0 for under $200 after rebate. I paid $350 on a Black Friday special shortly after it came out and thought I stole it. This is by far the best bang for the buck for a quality CCW IMO. I had one and sold it. Maybe now it's time to jump back in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hfjeff View Post
    I can't believe you can get a 1.0 for under $200 after rebate. I paid $350 on a Black Friday special shortly after it came out and thought I stole it. This is by far the best bang for the buck for a quality CCW IMO. I had one and sold it. Maybe now it's time to jump back in.
    Good Gracious yes. You could even buy an Apex trigger kit for it and only have $275 or so in it.
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    About two months ago, the local LGS that I frequent had a Shield .40 on consignment, with 7 extra 7-round magazines, for $199.00 out the door. That was hard to pass up, and being one of the few remaining .40 fans around, I snagged it. I bought one of the Shield 45s a few years ago when they first came out, and bought a few mags from eBay to go with it... after that experience, I realized that I would pay that much for magazines and the pistol was essentially free ;-)

    I had previously steered away from.40 Shields due to the perception that they would have a "snappy" recoil, however on taking the new member of the flock to the range, it proved to be an excellent shooter, and is now my choice for "discrete" carry.
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    I wish they'd run that $50 rebate on the M&P Bodyguard as well. I'd probably jump on that.
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    Academy Sports has the Shield EZ for $229 after the $50 rebate - on their Black Friday flyer
    https://gun.deals/product/academy-sp..._source=forums

    AND if I read the Flyer right, you also get an Academy $50 gift card as an extra bonus. IF that if right, it brings the Shield EZ price down to $179 (plus tax and background check).

    I might have to get a second one. Gramps is going to think I've totally lost my mind.

    ETA: Gramps said GET IT!!!!
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    2.0 is $279 after rebate at palmetto state armory. Missed the rebate by that much (Get Smart if you are old, anyone remember what he carried?)

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    I purchased my 1.0 Shield from KYGUNCO... For $249.00 shipped.. My $50.00 rebate is being processed... I have owned a 1.0 & 2.0 , I traded them both . Paid low , traded high ... I honestly couldn't tell difference in the trigger , for my use , that is ..
    But again I like my stock Glock 43 stock trigger ;-)

    The 1.0 for $2 bills is a smoking deal on a great pistol !!!
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    2.0 is $279 after rebate at palmetto state armory. Missed the rebate by that much (Get Smart if you are old, anyone remember what he carried?)



    I dont remember what he carried.....but I can still picture 99

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wavygravy View Post
    I wish they'd run that $50 rebate on the M&P Bodyguard as well. I'd probably jump on that.
    A very shootable 380... I shot my buddies just a couple of weeks ago ...Great shooting 380
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    Here is a great deal that just popped up for the Shield 2.0. $239 after rebate.

    https://www.smga.com/smith-and-wesso...th-safety-1436
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmonet View Post
    2.0 is $279 after rebate at palmetto state armory. Missed the rebate by that much (Get Smart if you are old, anyone remember what he carried?)
    He carried a shoe phone!



    Actually most of the time it was a .38 snub nose, either a Detective Special or Model 36
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