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$799.00 $15-$30 Firearms
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$878.02 $0 - $39 on Firearms
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$887.69 $13.99
$896.09 Flat Rate Shipping - $9.99 Parts and Accessories; $12.99 Firearms; $12.99 Ammo
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$975.00 $15 flat rate per 50 lbs. including firearms
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$1,147.00 10% OFF Storewide Ends 4/21 | Firearms $9.99 | Ammunition $9.99 | Everything else over $99.99 FREE w/ code SHIP99
$727.99 $14 per order
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New with 3 mags. Score. Grabbed 4 more from Lanbo's.

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Yep, got mine today. 3 mags as it should be. Heading out to shoot it now.....

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My $599 Hudson showed up today. Perfect NIB shape. Serial number in the mid 5,000’s. Included the fancy factory box and all three mags! What a score!

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Site still shows $599 then click on product it’s at $799

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Back to 799.99 with 1 mag.... Pass.

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Gun is showing $793??

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Price has expired

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To the investors trying to make a buck, only good guilty made firearms go up in a short time. Crap guns don't go up for decades! Your much better off buying gold coins.

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No not really. In the last 10 years gold has only rose by ~35%. Crap Zip-22’s are now $200-$250 guns a 100%+ return on investment! Same with Nagant Revolvers. What was a $79 trash revolver now sells for $300+ just 10 years later.

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Like a British car, traditionally: buy 3 to 5 so you always have a spare.

Unlike the old Jags and Rolls, no parts, and mechanics are not around:
will probably require a gunsmith to make and fit parts so if you shoot
it then BOOM! There goes your collectors’ value. j/s

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Let me guess. They remove the mags and sell them for 50 a piece.

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Mine showed up today with all three mags! Looks like GAG didn’t pull to foam out to see them

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Yep. So buy spares from Lanbo’s for $23 or 17 rounders for $28

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I traded for mine. I won’t say what I have in it, but it’s more than this. The good news, if you want to call it that, is that I don’t get to range enough to put massive rounds through it. I never carry it due to weight, and use a different gun for home defense. I enjoy shooting the gun and that’s why I bought it.

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Can't do it. No company = no warranty issue support.

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Like others have stated its a gamble, may become a rare collectible may be a waste of money. You decide.

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Beware. Do not buy.
Hudson is bankrupt and pistol is having major issue around 2000/2500 rounds.
No spare parts, no warranty.. it’s a lot of money for a paper weight.
Do you research

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Agree. This is a collectors play. A novelty item.

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I remember when these sold for >$1,000....yeouch!!! For $599 I'll pick one up. If I love it, I'll keep it...If not, I'll sell it. Better order magazines if you buy one, Grabagun only includes 1 magazine with the H9.

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Just like buying a C&R gun, no guarteened that you will get parts. But it is a very innovative design and a very nice shooting gun. It just price itself out of the market. But at this price it is a no brainer. I wonder average folks shoots how many shots a year to wear it out.

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Some mentioned less than 2k rounds and extractor broke

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These are garbage. Yes, it might go up in value. They have over 90 in stock. Buy one if you like gambling. I'll wait. Maybe I'll bite at <$500.

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Bankruptcy fire sale...

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$599 for a range toy that I’ll sell for double in 5 years... YES PLEASE!

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No warranty, no parts, no accessories, no company, no no no no no!!!! Yup, that's a no go.

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.. sucks for all the guys who paid $1K+ for this "innovative", I call it butt ugly gun.. Although they might be a collector's item after H goes out of business..

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yep, read up on their company. unfortunately they have declared bankruptcy, and other issues with the gun

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Wow. This is CHEAP.

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