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Marksman in Puyallup Law Enforcement Pricing

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by RStack, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. RStack

    RStack Elk Plain, WA New Member

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    Does anybody know what kind of pricing you could expect from the Marksman in Puyallup for law enforcement personnel? Is it a percentage off regular prices or do they have a completely different pricing tier? Looking to add a Glock or two to my collection. Just curious before I make the trip out there. Thanks.
     
  2. stmcelroy

    stmcelroy Madras, OR Well-Known Member

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  3. RStack

    RStack Elk Plain, WA New Member

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    Thanks for the info. I wasn't sure if the pricing was the same everywhere or if it was different anywhere you might go.
     
  4. DCKilla

    DCKilla Wet Side, WA Member

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    Active military member pricing is the same. The guy wouldn't even let me pick up the only full size Sig P250 in their store because it was in the LEO and Active military case. Yes, they have 2 seperate cases one for regular joes and one for elites. I can't stand special treatment like that. I'll have to admit. I did make a purchase of a used Glock 22 a few days ago from Marksman.
     
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  5. FullCaliberII

    FullCaliberII Pierce County, WA Active Member

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    It is "special treatment" but that treatment comes straight from the manufacturer. Thats why the LE/Military case only has certain firearms in it (Glock, SIG, S&W) because those manufacturers offer special prices for LE/Military. The Marksman just chooses to participate in the program, where others do not.
     
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    mortre Yelm, WA Active Member

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    My understanding is that they are earmarked for the LEO program when they leave the factory. You can't really blame the vendor for following manufacturers guidelines.

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  7. mjbskwim

    mjbskwim Salmon,Idaho Well-Known Member

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    I would guess the little wanna bees would give you a good price.They do have a precinct there and all the employees think they should be cops.

    Sorry I'm just not a fan of a store with children telling me how to hold a gun when I have been handling guns,safely,longer than they have been alive.

    Better places to spend my money
     
  8. DCKilla

    DCKilla Wet Side, WA Member

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    My wife noticed that they have a precinct there. I was sort of shocked for a moment. Talk about quick reaction time when something goes down at Taco Del Mar.
     
  9. FullCaliberII

    FullCaliberII Pierce County, WA Active Member

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    There is not a precinct there- it's an old sign that was a gift/joke because of the sheriffs dept. using the facility for training in the past. I asked when I saw the sign about 5 years ago :)
     
  10. DCKilla

    DCKilla Wet Side, WA Member

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    Strike 2, wow, I'm just full of miss information this week.