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Ruger LC9 9mm with lasermax for $341.00 plus shipping
Cheapest I have seen so far for a Ruger LC9 with the lasermax. Sportsmans Outdoors has the Ruger LC9 9mm pistol with Lasermax for only $341.00 plus shipping. This is an excellent conceal carry gun small and reliable for reference budsgunshop has the same model for $399.00. Shipping for me would have been $21.00 this is cheaper than the one I have without the laser.
The Ruger 3206 LC9 Pistol in 9mm features a 3.12-inch barrel, blued finish, black glass-filled nylon frame, adjustable 3-dot sights, magazine disconnect, loaded chamber indicator, trigger guard mounted LaserMax Centerfire laser with ambidextrous power switch, double action only trigger, an overall length of 6 inches, an unloaded weight of 17.10 oz, and a 7+1 round capacity.
Are you serious?! I bought mine a couple months ago for $360 OTD after FFL fee's and everything. That was without the laser, and I thought it was a steal!
So far a solid gun, not a single jam or anything when using CCI blazer brass, and federal 9mm ammo. Really accurate gun, and just the right size for anyone's hands. Shot several hundred rounds though it, and it's been working perfectly fine.
I've been debating on a laser, mainly the laserlyte side mounted one (sorry the crimson trace and laser max adds too much bulk and takes away the beauty of the gun) but I think for target practice, I'm already good with the standard sights. A laser would be helpful if someone broke into my house at night and I cant see my sights due to low light, but at the same time, when I learned to shoot, they said to just stick out your index finger and point at your target like you would normally, and fire in that direction. I'd probably freak out and unload my whole magazine on a thief and then only a couple would hit him, the rest would go into my TV or wall and be wasted.
super hot! this is $360 (w/o laser)
no experience w/ FFLs...do you have to call the FFL and tell em you're ordering a pistol online?
Most online dealers will have a list of FFLs on file. Call them up, tell 'em where you live, and see if they have a FFL on file for a local dealer. If so, call the dealer give them a head's up that you would like to have them do a transfer for you.
If not, no biggie, just have one of your local dealers fax the online retailer a copy of their license. Call around though, FFL transfer fees vary greatly; around here they range from $20-$75.
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