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    Are there plans for a slide cut version of the P30? That’s what I want.
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    Do you guys think the prices will come down after some time?

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    FYI my wholesale is around $620 for that one. Most new firearms with any popularity are hard to get for a while so prices are high at first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrvmax View Post
    FYI my wholesale is around $620 for that one. Most new firearms with any popularity are hard to get for a while so prices are high at first.
    Thanks for the info. So the one at $645 is making almost zero profit? I’m assuming that’s a pretty good price

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    Higher volume dealers get better discounts, if they are in buyers clubs they may get another 3% lower than that. I was just posting to give an idea of wholesale. Most firearm profit margins are much lower than people think though. My typical profit is 5%.
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    FYI my wholesale is around $620 for that one. Most new firearms with any popularity are hard to get for a while so prices are high at first.
    Thanks for the info. So the one at $645 is making almost zero profit? I’m assuming that’s a pretty good price

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    Are these made in Germany or US?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RegularGuy461969 View Post
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    Are these made in Germany or US?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrvmax View Post
    FYI my wholesale is around $620 for that one. Most new firearms with any popularity are hard to get for a while so prices are high at first.
    wish they had the SP5 in stock like they do the VP9 lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by HK CS1 View Post
    Tailflash,

    Unfortunately, we will not be able to offer slide milling for older VP9's without the cut, but you should be able to eventually purchase the slide by itself as long as everything goes ahead as planned.



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    Thank you
    This is good news. I actually came to this thread to inquire if slides would be available. That last thing I need is another VP9, but I’d love to mount one with an RMR and use my tactical barrel with a comp for a dedicated “Open” upper.
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