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Are there any gun stores that have a perazzi TM1, 90T, or Beretta single barrel fairly priced. Ive looked around but not sure of all the websites and wondering what you guys can come up with.

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only one i can think of that does in-house financing (at pretty reasonable rates from what I can tell) is Hal Dupont (www.halkguns.com). He mainly deals in kolars and krieghoffs, but give him a call, he might have what your looking for. They were helpful in my quest for kolar barrels, and can probably be of assistance to you.

Also, Jaquas (www.jaquas.com) MIGHT offer finiancing, I don't know for sure, but recall hearing something to that effect.
 

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Jaquas,s do offer financing but the limit is so low if you need to finance that small amount you don,t need a gun b.

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thanks for the input and its kinda hard to come up with 2 grand when your 19 going to college and trying to work as many hours as you can at the gun club. Unexpected damages to your current gun dont always help the situation either.
 

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That was the first place I looked actually and I went there last Friday to look at a TM1 that they had for $1595 but I didn't agree with what they would give me on a trade for my beretta 303. I decided to wait and see what I could do about coming up with the extra couple hundred I needed (financing me 1000) and then I could take it home so from what I understood the gun would be placed on hold because I didn't want to buy a gun before I shot it and the traps were flooded. Called Wednesday and found out the gun had been sold the last Saturday so I'm not sure if they held the gun for an hour or what but to say the least I didn't have a very pleasant experience with them. Even though I know they have many successful purchases and run terrific shoots I'm not sure how often I'll be visiting Jaquas this year. I guess helping the future of the sport and gaining a happy customer that would surely make other purchases was not what they thought was right for business at the time. (Sorry about my rant there but I was excited to go get the gun tomorrow and now the search continues)


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I'm not trying to say it's worth alot but for the 325 i was going to get for it I would rather keep the gun and have a backup for the new gun I get. I paid 600 for it and put 200 in it so i figured 400-450 would be fair but I am not looking to sell unless it was necessary and I was getting more than I expected because I love the gun I just want to step up to a better one.
 
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