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Kel Tec Sub 2000 - .40 Cal $649 at Hillsboro Gun Show

Discussion in 'Great Deals' started by Skier, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. Skier

    Skier Beaverton/Washington County Active Member

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    In main entrance to left . I forget the name of the vendor but seems like it was a persons name that could be a Guy or girl name... it was the table just before you go into the other room, right across the aisle from Blackstone Gun Safety. Not an awesome price, buy pretty good in the current market. :) Only saw one, don't know if they had more.
     
  2. Profiteering

    Profiteering America New Member

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    He is a local FFL in the area.
    A real nice person.
     
  3. Skier

    Skier Beaverton/Washington County Active Member

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    Do you know the name I was talking about? I can't remember. Maybe Kelly something? or Kerry something? Or Jerry?
     
  4. fredball

    fredball Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    I guess it's a good deal if your desparite they sell new for under 300.00
     
  5. Profiteering

    Profiteering America New Member

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    I agree
     
  6. Skier

    Skier Beaverton/Washington County Active Member

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    Like I said "... pretty good in the current market"

    You can't find them new in-stock anywhere, and anywhere you can find them, they're going for $800 to as high $1200 in some cases. A bit crazy, I know (though some come with some extras to try and justify the price), but that's the current environment, so $650 for the .40 version isn't great, but isn't bad in the current crazy market. And from what I heard from a local firearms store who recently, allegedly called Kel-Tec, they're backlogged about 4 years in production, based on current demand. Heck, I've been scouring the web and I can't even get a hold of the little $20 chunk of Aluminum they call a Picatinny Rail for the Sub2k. ;-)

    -Mike