^ still there at $3,350
These are certainly out there. Seems like a big shipment all around the country the past few days.
I missed one in three different places by minutes this morning, and turned down a 4th that they wanted $3200 for.
Then I called my LGS on a whim, and darned if they didn't get one in this morning also.
EVERYbody seems to know these are in too short of supply, and wants more than MSRP. Even my LGS was $2900 PLUS sales tax.
I really didn't want to pay over MSRP, but at the rate these are getting snapped up, not sure there is much choice anymore.
Got an SP5 and an SP5K ($2500 for that) now. I can stop looking but I really hope the prices of these come back down so more people can afford them.
2 P7 "Jubilee", consecutive serial
I talked to the guy that does the ordering, first guy had me call back and that was the guy that took my number and told me soon as he had a catalog he would order one.
Doesn't matter at this point the only places that that charge sales tax are company's that do more than 100,000 a year in business in Arizona so none of the small shops are required to so most of the small gun shops that you see on GB don't charge it. Even Atlantic Firearms and Brownell's hasn't charged sales tax yet I have purchased guns in the last month.
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Brownells started charging tax in Michigan late 2019, so they are charging tax for most states. Not sure why you haven't been charged yet, but Brownells has NO presence in MI, so they definitely are following the online tax codes, unfortunately... It used to be ONLY if they had an actual presence in your state, but of course we all got screwed when Wayfair just had to bitch about online taxes. Oh, and in Michigan it's $10k in business and they have to charge state taxes, so I believe the laws are state to state maybe?
Last edited by shojus; 02-15-2020 at 08:31 PM.
^I thought it was S. Dakota that brought the suit against Wayfair to grab some new found sales tax revenue. States are the ones with the incentive here. Businesses would prefer not to add this extra layer of tax compliance. Can you imagine having to now learn all the rules/rates and start filing 30 to 52 monthly sales tax returns and remit the tax?