I have ordered from them. Their products and deals are available to all.
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Posts: 1946 | Location: Central Va. | Registered: September 03, 2008
I'm gonna pull the trigger, if you'll pardon the expression, now that GrabAGun has them at a reasonable price, and since Virginia is likely going to start putting limits on what we can own, how we can buy them, and how often. So, I got a quote on both the P365 with X-ray Night Sights ($445) and also the model with the manual safety ($488.99).
Over $40 more for the safety. I'm comfortable with a safety, as I have two P938s. I also have pistols without, so I'm torn. Part of me says it's so close to the P938 that it would seem familiar. But is $40 going to make a difference? I like the night sights, too.
I have to make a move in the next few hours, so I may just wind up flipping a coin. But if you have an opinion, I'd like to hear it.
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Posts: 1932 | Location: Peoples Republic of North Virginia | Registered: December 04, 2015
Bought the parts from Grayguns. Easy, took about 5 minutes from start to function checks. The second one was for my son-in-law and I talked him through the install. I also harshly criticized him for his grease-free rails.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Johnny 3eagles,
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Posts: 4538 | Location: Arkansas | Registered: November 06, 2010
Originally posted by Johnny 3eagles: Bought the parts from Grayguns. Easy, took about 5 minutes from start to function checks. The second one was for my son-in-law and I talked him through the install. I also harshly criticized him for his grease-free rails.