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HK P2000 V3 9MM Pistol Black 4.2″ barrel Reg. $1069 on sale $869 & FS

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HK P2000 V3 9MM Pistol Black 4.2″ barrel Reg. $1069 on sale $869 & FS

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Heckler & Koch P2000 V3 Pistol - The full-size P2000 features a polygonal bore profile for increased velocity and easier cleaning. The cold hammered barrel ensures long service life and outstanding shooting accuracy. It earned a "Superior" technical rating when subjected to a punishing 3 million round pistol evaluation by the Department of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement branch. It has a recurved trigger guard for grip support, an ambidextrous magazine release, three additional backstraps, and dual slide release levers for right or left-handed use. The P2000 also has open mounting grooves allowing for the addition of a variety of accessories. Variant 3 is a DA/SA with a frame mounted rear decocking button.

Unique LEM pre-cocked hammer system
Simple-to-install modular g.ip panels
Industry standard mounting rails
Grips: Black Polymer w / Changeable Backstraps
Sights: 3-Dot
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The OP must be a huge gun lover. Almost all of the 44 posts he/she started are about gun deals…
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ovexi wrote: The OP must be a huge gun lover. Almost all of the 44 posts he/she started are about gun deals…
Might not be your cup of tea, but we need people that are specialists in different areas to bring the Hot Deals, you know?
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ovexi wrote: The OP must be a huge gun lover. Almost all of the 44 posts he/she started are about gun deals…
So what ? A deal is a deal. Never heard anyone complaining about someone posting electronics deals only. I find it ridiculous that people would downvote a good deal bcs of their personal views or feelings on the item in question.
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I will ask a very stupid question but I *need* to ask it: is it totally legal for them to ship these guns and ammo in Canada no questions asked? I thought we had some gun laws, so there must be something obvious I'm not getting Black Question Mark Ornament
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willy0275 wrote: I will ask a very stupid question but I *need* to ask it: is it totally legal for them to ship these guns and ammo in Canada no questions asked? I thought we had some gun laws, so there must be something obvious I'm not getting Black Question Mark Ornament
The gun laws are very strict. You need to have restricted PAL license. The seller needs to call RCMP and transfer the pistol to be registered under your RPAL. The RCMP will advise the seller when process is done. Then seller can ship the pistol.
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ovexi wrote: The OP must be a huge gun lover. Almost all of the 44 posts he/she started are about gun deals…
Much Love to the OP, but my wallet hates you. ALthough I have to pass on this, I definitely want the VP9(SFP9) or the John Wick P30L
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willy0275 wrote: I will ask a very stupid question but I *need* to ask it: is it totally legal for them to ship these guns and ammo in Canada no questions asked? I thought we had some gun laws, so there must be something obvious I'm not getting Black Question Mark Ornament
Yes it is. Not sure what you would be missing that makes you think this could be illegal.
What do you mean by no questions asked ? There are a lot of questions and verifications that need to be fulfilled before the firearm is shipped to your verified address on file with the RCMP through the mail carrier with a signature required delivery.
If you assumed anyone with a credit card or PayPal acct could buy one and have it shipped to any location, you would be very wrong.
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dilligafeh wrote: Yes it is. Not sure what you would be missing that makes you think this could be illegal.
What do you mean by no questions asked ? There are a lot of questions and verifications that need to be fulfilled before the firearm is shipped to your verified address on file with the RCMP through the mail carrier with a signature required delivery.
If you assumed anyone with a credit card or PayPal acct could buy one and have it shipped to any location, you would be very wrong.
Well that's why I warned it was probably a stupid question, as it seemed too easy! I was willing to get flamed a bit to get to the bottom of this question I had. Was well worth it, so thanks Winking Face
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willy0275 wrote: Well that's why I warned it was probably a stupid question, as it seemed too easy! I was willing to get flamed a bit to get to the bottom of this question I had. Was well worth it, so thanks Winking Face
You asked a valid question. And the answers above are right, we have gun laws that's are already very strict in order to obtain a firearm specially restricted ones.
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willy0275 wrote: Well that's why I warned it was probably a stupid question, as it seemed too easy! I was willing to get flamed a bit to get to the bottom of this question I had. Was well worth it, so thanks Winking Face
It was my pleasure sir.
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Is this thing worth the price premium over a Tupperware Glock or chinesium Norinco?
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cowbunpants wrote: Is this thing worth the price premium over a Tupperware Glock or chinesium Norinco?
Every penny. There is a reason why HK firearms are considered Premium in the world.
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fluidmax wrote: Every penny. There is a reason why HK firearms are considered Premium in the world.
Hmm not sure what that could be, Glocks go bang every time and are adopted by more agencies around the world than HK.
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How many of you have restricted PAL license?
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cowbunpants wrote: Is this thing worth the price premium over a Tupperware Glock or chinesium Norinco?
Yes to Norinco, no to Glock. Versus Glock there is little to distinguish other than personal preference. Norinco is good quality in general, but inferior.
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dilligafeh wrote: Hmm not sure what that could be, Glocks go bang every time and are adopted by more agencies around the world than HK.
Because used by more agencies automatically means the manufacture can be considered premium brand? Just because Ford is used by lots of agencies as service vehicles and lots people use them does not mean Ford vehecals is considered premium.
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fluidmax wrote: Because used by more agencies automatically means the manufacture can be considered premium brand? Just because Ford is used by lots of agencies as service vehicles and lots people use them does not mean Ford vehecals is considered premium.
Well, ignoring all the other users out there, the fact that the Navy Seals are using it must mean something, imho.
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