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Best place to buy a Blaser

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 4200m, May 5, 2013.

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  1. 4200m

    4200m Member

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    Where is the best place to buy a Blaser for the price?
     
  2. Setterman

    Setterman Well-Known Member

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    You have a PM.
     
  3. rcmbronc

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    Best prices I found were Paxton Arms and Cove Creek Outfitters.
     
  4. Shooting Coach

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    Brdslayr, among others, Texas Premier Sporting Arms, Terry Hetrick in Tenn.

    I have gotten world class deals from all these folks.
     
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    Brdslayr.. If you want to be treated right. Jeff
     
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    Texas Premier Sporting Arms - David Christopher. Great guy, honest, competent. JPM
     
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    I know Alamo Sporting Arms carries Blaser and I just recently bought a K80. Without a doubt Pam Young couldn't have been better to work with. I would highly recommend you give her a call.
     
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    They have some new ones on closeout at Guns Unlimited in Omaha- I dont think they are going to carry them any longer

    You can find the number online and call them

    Regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
  9. 4200m

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    Thanks for the help
     
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    Indiana Gun Club tell Phil I said to call him 317-485-6540


    Gary Bryant
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  11. bigeoj

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    Dennis DeVault has a reasonably priced F3 Supertrap combo on his website. www.devaultind.com. Check it out. Joe
     
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    David Christopher Texas Premier Shooting.
     
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    On the used gun market. There are plenty available especially in Texas.
     
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    I would only call super Dave tha guy is awesome
     
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    For a new Blaser, talk to Robert Paxton at Paxton Arms. Or, call Robert and buy a K-80 or Kolar!
     
  16. Barry C. Roach

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    Dawson Enterprises ? Pat McCarthy.
     
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    Alamo refused to accept any Perazzi in trade 2 years ago. I went elsewhere.
     
  18. Desert Hiker

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    Try Hi-Grade Shooting Supply in Irwin, PA. Ask for Roy...but you can check out there website www.higradeshooters.com...There is a Blazer F3 used combo 34 unsingle, 32 O/U...Ron
     
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    I'd buy a used one since they are abundant. Once you figure out why everyone gets rid of them you won't lose as much money. Pay a fair price used and when you sell it you will get your money back.
     
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