Or find a buddy that is military, LEO, EMT to buy it for you at a discount and then buy it from them at same price....TNFrank said:If you can get a good deal on a used one that's that'd be the way I'd go. If you want a new one join up with GSSF for two years, get the Purchase Cert. and find a participating GSSF dealer. Then you can buy a new Blue Line gun at the GSSF discount price which is an awesome deal IMHO.
I see you have no idea how hard it is to get a Type 01 FFL do ya'.Are get ur own FFL then u can have all u want lol
To me this makes no sense. It's not like a Glock is an over engineered machine or a machine with hand fitted parts such as a 1911. Glock parts are ubber cheap. There's only so much a previous owner could jack up and all could be easily fixed.As much as I trust a Glock, I don't trust the previous owner...I buy only new.