Congrats! That's an awesome price.
You're most welcome, hunter. Many HKs I've seen have sat on the shelf for a while before they got shipped. My P30L that I got from TGS also has an AK date code, though it is brand-new.Thanks, TS for your words of advice during my HK search. I had no intention of getting the 'L' version but that price seemed really good. Any words of wisdom on the 'L' version versus the normal P30? I do have one quick question, why are these guns so "old"? Meaning collection envelope date of 2009. Seems like a lot of HKs I see are a few years old but clearly brand new dripping in grease and oil.
They had an anniversary sale October last year and the P30/P30L were also advertised at the same price. They also had the HK45/HK45c for $899. I am hoping to pick up a P30 .40 and maybe another HK45C at their Tampa store next weekend. You can't beat that price.Sale doesn't start until this weekend but I live in Central FL and had no clue about the sale. Their managers wear black shirts and I happened to get waited on by a manager. While I was waiting another customer wanted the sale price on a SW642 and that manager said no. No sale prices before the weekend. The mgr I worked with told me to come back this weekend for the sale price. I told him I lived 4 hrs away and couldn't come back as I was just passing through. He asked if I had a CCW (yes) and he glanced at the cash I had in my shirt pocket and said he would honor the sales price and sell it to me for $799. I didn't get the free earmuffs or solvent but I could care less. Not sure they will honor online as I expect these to sell fast at that price. Now I need to figure out how to explain to the wifey that $800 was a steal for a P30L !!!!
Pickup some 124gr or 124gr +P ammo and break it in. Then after 100-200 rounds, you can shoot pretty much anything, except Hornadys. :wink:Wolves
Love your vids on YouTube. With tax, tag, title, undercoating included it was $852 OTD. What brand/grain ammo have you used for your 6200 trouble free rounds? I've got 115gr Lawman but it thought I read the 'L' may have had some light grain issues. That was the only hesitation I had on the 'L'. Every time I get a new pistol I stress over FTE or FTF issues.