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In cases where the seller of a new gun has provided a price over the internet on an inquiry that says "email for our discounted price" can anyone tell me if that, in fact, is usually the lowest price or is the seller generally responsive to further price negotiations. I'm just not very familiar with the rules of the game on these internet dealings. Thanks.
 

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If you get a price in an EMAIl it is a valid quote which may also be a lower price than advertised elsewhere. It is a small chunk of bait the salesman may be using to get you committed to buying. If you think the item is still overpriced then make an offer that you think is more realistic. All they can do is say no and likely they will come back with a counter.
 

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If it's a dealer on new guns, the discounted price is the actual sales price,
but because of an agreement with the manufacturer, they are only permitted to
publish the list price. It may still be possible to negotiate the final price.
 

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That's why I rarely go to Jaquas anymore. If it's used the price should be negotiable especially since they usually only offer you 50/60% of book value at best. Good luck.
 
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