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**Blue Label** Glock 17, 19, 19X, 34, 43, 45, 48 Handguns from $358

GLOCK is proud to offer the exclusive Blue Label program to support those who protect and serve communities across the U.S. and around the world. Those who qualify will receive a discount on two GLOCK pistols per calendar year.

https://us.glock.com/en/buy/blue-label-program

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I signed up at https://gssf.pro ($35/year) and live in Las Vegas. I searched for “blue label dealer near me” on Glocks website and it told me Lock and Load. Took my blue label card in and walked out with a Glock 17! Easy

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I just posted this message from mom's suburban basement. Come at muh brah.

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Great, cheap guns for the group that will attack us when we protest like the canadian truckers.

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Stole the words right out of my mouth

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If you're not a LEO you can pay $35 to join GSSF and get one Glock at these prices (assuming you're in Texas). If you're not in Texas then similar prices are available at many LGS near you if you are a LEO or once a year for GSSF members.

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You have to be in Texas to join GSSF?

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Still wondering on this

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No, you don't have to be in Texas to join GSSF. Primary Arms is located in Texas and only offer Blue Label Glock pricing to Texas residents.
"If you're not in Texas then similar prices are available at many LGS near you if you are a LEO or once a year for GSSF members."
https://gssf.pro/

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Georgia does Gssf also.

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Yep. I'm 50 miles away from Glock USA headquarters here in GA. There is a Blue Label dealer 3 miles from me. I think the GSSF program is available for folks nationwide.

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Why does PA charge sales tax for out of state buyers when GT Distributors straight down the road from them doesn't? This is why I buy all of my Blue Label stuff from GT!!!!

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Where are you guys getting this Texas-only stuff from?

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When I add a blue label pistol to my cart at PA a blue label "PROGRAM APPROVAL PROCESS" window pops up. The 1st step of their approval process is clicking a checkbox indicating that; "I am a resident of the State of Texas and I am willing to provide proof of residency in the form of valid, government issued identification."
The 2nd step of their approval process is clicking a checkbox indicating that; "I have not purchased more than one (1) Glock Blue Label firearm during this calendar year from any GLOCK Dealer." But oddly, this is shown on their blue label glock product pages; "NOTE: Limit 5 per household. Quantities exceeding 5 will not allow checkout." I'm guessing that's due to an inadvertent web page template carry-over from non blue label firearm product pages.

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Oh, interesting. Didn't try adding to cart. I believe Glock does limit 2 per year.

Still worth posting for those in Texas. I bought a Blue Label (my only Glock) years ago locally in FL. Great deals.

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Haters gonna hate. Good deal.

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Yes, it is a good deal, but only for Texans.

It's a junk "deal" for every other state, though.

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Stop posting this crap. It’s for Texas residents only. What’s the point?

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Not a deal if you don’t live in Texas. Stop posting this fucking trash.

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I have a 43X with night sights coming in for $411. Thank god for gun-loving family service members in the same household.

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Nothing like confessing to a federal felony on an open forum and on a post strictly for first responders, likely employed by the govt.

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If the gentleman can own it, there’s no issues. The problem lies when the individual cannot legally obtain a gun on their own.

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Yes and no.
I saw a case years ago (10?) about an uncle and a nephew. One paid the other to buy a gun with a law enforcement discount, then transfer it to him. Because the "buyer" had a pre-arranged agreement to transfer it, and had already been paid, it was a "straw purchase" because he was not the real buyer, EVEN THOUGH neither were prohibited persons.

OTOH, if you buy a gun with your own money, and then later decide to sell it to your relative, then it's not a straw purchase. If you buy it with your own money, with the intent to give it away as a true genuine gift without repayment, then it is not a straw purchase.

It is the pre-existing payment and agreement that tripped them up.

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Straw purchase

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Who the hell is JasonD and why are you posting LE only trash here?

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If you go to the to of the page and look, it says "Posted by mixflip"

It was merely was "updated" by Jason D. If you look around, he "updates" a lot of listings. I think he's an employee at Gun Deals.

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LEs only. I wish this was more clear. Where's do people keep posting this.

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Only Texas residents get this? I guess no other state has LEOs, Vets, etc.

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All these years, discharged in 1975, I didn't know that as a honorably discharged vet I could buy a Glock on the blue label program. I'll have to check a local participating dealer for pricing.

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You can't, only "retired" veterans qualify. And I quote, "Be Military personnel including Reservists and National Guard with I.D (also includes retired Military with “retired” credentials; DD214/discharge papers do not qualify)."
Therefore, anyone who supports our veterans, should NOT support glock!

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What you quoted only applies to direct purchases from GLOCK Inc.

"The following are eligible for purchases at Local Blue Label Dealers but are not eligible for direct purchases from GLOCK Inc.
Veterans with an Honorably Discharged DD214 or NGB-22 and Driver’s License. Eligible for purchase at a local blue label supplier found on the GLOCK dealer locator. These sales are not eligible for direct purchases from GLOCK Inc."
https://us.glock.com/en/buy/blue-label-program
P.S. - I wouldn't have downvoted you if you hadn't of upvoted yourself.

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GT Distributors is another good place for them. Savage Firearms had a program back in the Summer. Several manufacturers do it now.
https://www.badgediscounts.com/firearms.html

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Second GT Distributers, great company with blue label availability.

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is it 2 late to get in on the name calling shenanigans?

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ahh how I love my Blue label discounts! I am thankful to those vendors who recognize my work and sacrifices.

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Thank you for your service

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Should be illegal.

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your way of thinking should be illegal

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Damn straight, old school LEO's are badass

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Practice what u preach hypocrite. Ur the problem. “It’s ok for me to rough ppl up n be a dick I’m the police n I’ll haul ur ass to jail if u do the same”. Go mistreat, gangbang n mistreat ppl in ur patrol car. Ur supposed to be an example of how to act. He’s a tough guy behind a computer? Ur a tough guy behind a badge. U realize Ofcoarse u don’t realize ur doing the exact same thing ur wanting to “haul someone off to jail for”. I’m not grateful for ur service ur trash.

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Yep you have have been in prison

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It’s Hot Pockets and Faygo Officer!

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I thought I was speaking to Surget and support LEOs Like Yourself. If it looked like I was replying to you then it’s my mistake.

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if thats the true case then ok, Im man enough to take it back.

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Well said. Especially the jail part

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"I support the 2nd amendment when it benefits only me" -the post

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I want the 2nd Amendment to apply to everyone, preferably equally, unless they've done something to lose that right.

I'm not sure what that makes me politically. Feel free to call me any names you want.

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Only applies for Texas residents

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Really wish they didn't exclude vets who do not live in Texas.

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for once I actually agree with you. But just this once because its in defense of Veterans.

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Great discount if you can get it.

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