Philly Gun Show

Discussion in 'Vintage Topic Archive (Sept - 2009)' started by GlockMan, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. GlockMan

    GlockMan Well-Known Member

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    Hi-Point Firearms at very high prices,

    Hi-Point .40S&W Pistol............$189.99
    Hi-Point .40S&W Carbine........$249.99
    Hi-Point 9mm Pistol................$169.99
    Hi-Point 9mm Carbine............$229.99

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  2. Thayldt21

    Thayldt21 Senior Member

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    Not any more. 4095 run 250 round here and pistols all above 150
     

  3. PrimalSeal

    PrimalSeal Well-Known Member

    At the gun show today, I didn't see a single Hi-Point under $200.00. I could go to the Nazi Gun Shop and get all of them for under that. Retards.
     
  4. JasonJ

    JasonJ Well-Known Member

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    those carbine prices are about right.. the pistols however.. tad high.
     
  5. elguapo

    elguapo Guest

    About twenty to thirty higher than I can buy anyday at my place...
     
  6. xardoz

    xardoz Guest

    Just bought my new JHP .45 yesterday for $159. Love it!
     
  7. North Star

    North Star Guest

    Looking forward to the Pa. Gun Show in Harrisburg December 8 & 9. Will check the prices there. Maybe I will get to meet the G-Man there.
     
  8. Mike_AZ

    Mike_AZ U.S.S.

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    MSRP From Hi-point. The C-9 is the highest above the MSRP and even then, it is only $14 over. Certainly no deals to be had there.

    .380 comp
    Suggested Retail $ 155.00

    .380 ACP
    Suggested Retail $ 135.00

    C-9 comp
    Suggested Retail $ 176.00

    C-9
    Suggested Retail $ 155.00

    .40 S&W
    Suggested Retail $ 186.00

    .45 ACP
    Suggested Retail $ 186.00

    995 plain jane
    Suggested Retail $ 220.00

    4095 plain jane
    Suggested Retail $ 242.00
     
  9. squeak_D

    squeak_D Guest

    I've just flat out stop going to gun shows. It's not just the prices of the HP's though. These jerkwads jack the prices on EVERYTHING. Last gun show I was at there was a dealer selling FEG PA-63's for $250!!!!!! I can buy those locally for much less. I've seen crazy prices on Bersa's too. Had on dealer try to sell me on the great price of $299 for a Heritage Single Six .22 (tried to make the "included 2nd cylinder" sound like a bargain). We exchanged a few words, and he politely told me to move on:) Just too much of a headache anymore to go to these. Then you gotta sift through piles of sh$&# just to find a deal. Count me out. I'll support my local dealers on this one.

    Squeak
     
  10. hpman

    hpman Guest

    The hp at the gun shows around here (ATL)are usually cheaper on Sunday. The prices get lower the closer you get to the end of the show. I've seen .380 for $89, c9 for $110, 40/45 for $120.

    One shop in town sells the c9 for $120 everyday.
     
  11. GlockMan

    GlockMan Well-Known Member

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    I will be at the Harrisburg show if work permits.