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Allem's Gun Financing

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by open choke, Nov 28, 2011.

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  1. open choke

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    Allem

    Anyone ever use this?

    It's 12.5% but if you really want an expensive gun and don't want to save up for it I guess this is an option.
     
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    You may want to also look at Dupont/Krieghoff, they have some of the lowest finance charges for guns around, half of that rate.
     
  3. open choke

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    Do they deal with other guns?

    Nice Beretta's & Blaser's?
     
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    No just Krieghoff and Kolar
     
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    You should be able to get a better rate with a credit card and then buy the gun you want wherever has the best deal.
     
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    True my credit cards are slightly lower than 12.5% but I have to make room on it first if I'm gonna get a credit line of 5000 after the 25% down for a blaser
     
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    open choke, i know this might sound absolutely crazy, but if you need to finance and/or charge your high-end gun on a credit card....you can't afford it!

    and considering that you already have debt outstanding on your credit card, you definitely can't afford it.

    pay off your debts, save some money, then buy high-end toys. not the other way around.
     
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    Get a new credit card or two put the guns on them and everything else you need or want..make a couple of payments and then declare BK on your credit card debt..you'll end up with your toys and no payments!! It's the American way why not operate like our government does?
     
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    Jaqua's offers financing, low rates


    Gary Bryant
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    Dupont/Krieghoff financing is as follows 20% down and 1.9% for 3 years or 2.9% for 4 years or 3.9% for 5 years, pretty good deal.
     
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