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Shield .45 2.0 with CT Laser $299

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PSA has a smoking daily deal on the Shield .45.  $340 shipped with CT laser. 
 

I needed something for the extended backpacking trips and hopefully this will fit the bill. It was an impulse buy, so hopefully I don’t regret it. 

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5 hours ago, abusfullofnuns said:

PSA has a smoking daily deal on the Shield .45.  $340 shipped with CT laser. 
 

I needed something for the extended backpacking trips and hopefully this will fit the bill. It was an impulse buy, so hopefully I don’t regret it. 

Aww, c'mon! Who ever regrets impulse buys?

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Aren’t most of our purchases impulse buys?

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Not bad at all, after taxes and ffl it’ll be a lot closer to what you pay in store at Academy or another retailer who run sales constantly so i always do the final math before i buy online. With a TN tax of 9.25% and an average ffl of $30 that is $401.35. I can get it from academy for $439 off sale and less than PSA price on sale. Just depends on who is running the sale at the time. 
 

if shipped is with taxes, but not ffl then it’s a better deal for sure. Closer to $370-ish. Not enough info to tell. I do however usually find that nobody beats academy on sale. 

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$346 including tax and shipping. Tax will be collected regardless, so it should be excluded from any calculations. Let’s go with the $317 shipped plus the $30 transfer. The academy price of $439 doesn’t appear to be the laser model.  I don’t see them ever reaching the $350 mark for one including the CT laser. Plus, I plain don’t like shopping with Academy. 

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