Glocks may be perfection but they arent a fraking commodity.

PRE-K

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No a Glock model 40 which is a 10mm. I didn't see it on there either.
The 40 is offered as a Blue Label, it's just not terribly common. AFAIK, everything but the distributor exclusive models (ie: Vickers) are available as Blue Labels.
 

Frank59

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May 14, 2018
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The 40 is offered as a Blue Label, it's just not terribly common. AFAIK, everything but the distributor exclusive models (ie: Vickers) are available as Blue Labels.
Are blue labels for Law Enforcement only??
 

Rango

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Dec 5, 2019
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I'll throw y'all a proverbial wrench in the works...

Hypothetically speaking, of course, if a cop personally has enough training and duty ammo to "share" with some co-workers (those not "into" guns and flat don't have enough ammo to qualify, let alone train), does this cop...

A. Oblige with ammo bought at pre-pandemic prices "for the greater good".

B. Supply at current market value (~.60 & .80 per round), but depleting supply.

C. Offer at minimum ~.75 & 1.00 per round (or more, for an extra healthy ROI), but risk the "not a team player" price gouging accusations.

Or

D. Tell the really desperate ones that every round will be hoarded, because if they're too cheap, lazy, or aren't committed to have AT LEAST 1000 training and 100 duty rounds on-hand, the heck with 'em!

E) Relist the Glocks and ammo you had for sale a while back at what you paid for it. (Retail + Tax) but just marked "Sold" because everybody that wasn't a buyer felt the need to comment or PM YOU about the outrageous price. Now they'd be below market. ;)
 
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