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PAGunner
11-14-2012, 09:35
Well, I can't get away, despite the ee/BTF, I'm going to give Glock another whirl. I think I want a G19 & 21, both Gen4.

So my question, to get the GSSF discount, you need a 2 year membership correct? How long does it take to get your coupon? Since we're in Novembet I was thinking about getting one before 2012 and one shortly after the new year, as I believe (correct me if I'm wrong) you get 1 discount Glock per calendar year...

Also what are the current GSSF prices? Same as the LEO/Mil discount?

Thank you in advance.

JBP55
11-14-2012, 10:57
If you buy a 2 year membership you should be able to purchase a pistol right away but the price is approximately $27 more than the LEO price. A basic small frame Glock for LEO is $398 and the GSSF price is approximately $425. I have been a GSSF member, Armorer and qualified for the Blue Label pistols for years and never used the GSSF to purchase a Glock as it would cost more. Apply soon as the year is winding down fast and good luck.

emtjr928
11-14-2012, 11:39
It's one pistol per membership year, not calender year.

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WheelGunFan
11-14-2012, 12:51
If you buy a 2 year membership you should be able to purchase a pistol right away but the price is approximately $27 more than the LEO price. A basic small frame Glock for LEO is $398 and the GSSF price is approximately $425. I have been a GSSF member, Armorer and qualified for the Blue Label pistols for years and never used the GSSF to purchase a Glock as it would cost more. Apply soon as the year is winding down fast and good luck.

How do you get the LEO price if you are a non-LEO?

The only way that I have seen to get a lower price unless you are a LEO is if you can get a trade-in via CDNN or find a deal on used Glock via Slickguns.

If I wanted new and a reduced price, for me it was via the GSSF program. Maybe there is another way to get a new Glock at cheaper price that I don't know about.

Right now I am looking for a G34 Gen 4 and I am unable to find it lower than GSSF price.

PAGunner
11-14-2012, 13:12
It's one pistol per membership year, not calender year.

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That kinda sucks, I was looking at their form and didn't know how to interpret it or even if it's the most up to date form.

http://www.gssfonline.com/GSSF_Pistol_Purchase_Program_Information.pdf

This says calendar year, they should probably word that a little better.

shakazulu12
11-14-2012, 13:43
I signed up in May, at the time if you did a 2 year membership, you got a GSSF coupon. Took about two weeks for mine to arrive. It appears the program is still the same.

byf43
11-14-2012, 13:50
That kinda sucks, I was looking at their form and didn't know how to interpret it or even if it's the most up to date form.

http://www.gssfonline.com/GSSF_Pistol_Purchase_Program_Information.pdf

This says calendar year, they should probably word that a little better.

Calendar year is my understanding, as well.

The dealer that I have gotten my GSSF discounted pistols through, use 'calendar' year.

Buy one on December 31. Buy one January 2.

Lonnnnnnnnng wait until the next one, though.:crying:

JBP55
11-14-2012, 17:42
How do you get the LEO price if you are a non-LEO?

The only way that I have seen to get a lower price unless you are a LEO is if you can get a trade-in via CDNN or find a deal on used Glock via Slickguns.

If I wanted new and a reduced price, for me it was via the GSSF program. Maybe there is another way to get a new Glock at cheaper price that I don't know about.

Right now I am looking for a G34 Gen 4 and I am unable to find it lower than GSSF price.


Blue label Glocks can be purchased by LEO, Fireman, Judge, District Attorney, Pilot, Military, Retired LEO, Retired Military and the list goes on.

ChrisJn
11-14-2012, 22:35
Blue label Glocks can be purchased by LEO, Fireman, Judge, District Attorney, Pilot, Military, Retired LEO, Retired Military and the list goes on.

The list of those qualified for LE Glocks was updated about a year ago. It no longer includes pilots. http://us.glock.com/bluelabel