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Seattle_Chris
04-30-2007, 07:58
Has any poll been done here RE: lowest gun prices in Western Wa? I'm looking to pick up a PM9, new (as I'm not a highly trusting type of guy) and of course don't wanna pay more than I have to. :D I don't mind a BIG drive though. :)

SIGSAREBETTER
04-30-2007, 19:01
Federal Way Discount Guns has the lowest prices I've seen, in some guns BY FAR.

Berto
04-30-2007, 19:15
From what I've seen in the little nickels,I agree Fed Discount is pretty consistently the cheapest.
Ben's in Renton is/was also and Sam's in Evrette also does really good.

Seattle_Chris
04-30-2007, 23:11
Hmm, is Ben's JUST a pawn shop, or do they also carry NEW guns? Sam's website makes it look like a really nice place. Too far to drive for regular shooting, but for major purchases I'll have to check 'em out.

Defenantly going to check out Federal Way Discount, since Federal way isn't usually a bad traffic situation for me. Do they have a range too? I've done some digging and see that their site has been offline for a while now. Anyone know if their working on getting a new one up?

Oh sweet. It's really close to Burger Express. If anyone is out that way, look for a little burget joint I think almost across the street from the KEG. Order yourself up a BOZ burger and Shake. You won't be disapointed.

SIGSAREBETTER
04-30-2007, 23:20
Burger Express is heavenly, as is nearby Herfie's.

FWDG does not have a range, nor likely any intent to bring a website back up.

just_a_car
05-01-2007, 03:43
Seattle_Chris, if you purchase your firearm at Sam's, you get a free 1-year membership to their indoor 25 yard pistol range. As a member, if you bring your own firearm, ammo, paper target(s), ear protection, and eye protection (which can be regular glasses), then all you have to do is let them scan your card and you don't pay a thing all day.

Also, most of the rangemasters are a great group of guys. There's one that's kind of an @$$, but once you accept his personality and he gets to know you, a mutual respect develops.

I'm lucky enough to live up in Edmonds, so it's not too far of a drive for me. Also, they allow rifles there in the special high-powered range for members (has a shredded-tire backstop rather than just a deflector), but that will end come January 1st, 2008.

jbsimm2
05-02-2007, 22:50
free 1 month pass to the range, not 1 year. Great place to shoot though.

PaulBk
05-04-2007, 11:28
Originally posted by Seattle_Chris
Hmm, is Ben's JUST a pawn shop, or do they also carry NEW guns? ...

Mostly a pawn shop, but they do have a large selection of new guns and accessories and will order anything you want. It's been a couple of years since my last purchase there, but I recall the FFL charge was pretty reasonable.

-Paul

just_a_car
05-07-2007, 00:05
Originally posted by jbsimm2
free 1 month pass to the range, not 1 year. Great place to shoot though.

Sorry 'bout that, the time-period slipped my mind, due to the late/early time I posted. ;)

1pRoscoe
05-13-2007, 08:47
Originally posted by just_a_car
Sorry 'bout that, the time-period slipped my mind, due to the late/early time I posted. ;)

and you had me all excited... I was about to go purchase a G26 to get a years worth!

Seattle_Chris
06-09-2007, 23:33
Now I've gotten a PF9 and a XD9 from Federal Way Discount Guns. Got the PF9 for ~$250 (all black, but it's gone and gotten a bent assembly pin, so it's back to the factory) and the XD9 (two tone, black on bottom, silver on top) for ~$450. Both significantly cheaper than I found elsewhere in the Southend (of Seattle). And the guys their seem helpfull.

duncan
06-20-2007, 22:31
Originally posted by Berto
From what I've seen in the little nickels,I agree Fed Discount is pretty consistently the cheapest.
Ben's in Renton is/was also and Sam's in Evrette also does really good.

Yup and DJ's Loans in Bothell has some great pricing on new and used guns.