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bronco1500
07-16-2009, 4:44 AM
For those who wear a badge, LC Action in San Jose is having their big Glock sale this August 13th and 14th. Good prices on glocks and glock stuff. Most guns will sell for $399.

https://www.lcaction.com/images/july_09_web%20glock%20days.jpg

http://www.lcaction.com/

OneNcustdy
07-16-2009, 8:38 AM
I always love dealing with LcAction. They are good people that take care of you!

bshnt2015
07-16-2009, 9:06 AM
I love Glock Days at LC, especially the free dounuts;)

till44
07-16-2009, 12:09 PM
What are the prices like?

FLIGHT762
07-16-2009, 5:53 PM
For those who wear a badge, LC Action in San Jose is having their big Glock sale this August 13th and 14th. Good prices on glocks and glock stuff. Most guns will sell for $399.

https://www.lcaction.com/images/july_09_web%20glock%20days.jpg

http://www.lcaction.com/

I bought my Glock 23 a couple of years ago from them during Glock days. Gave me the best deal around. Kip and Chris will give you great deals. Worth the trip.

till44
07-16-2009, 6:53 PM
I bought my Glock 23 a couple of years ago from them during Glock days. Gave me the best deal around. Kip and Chris will give you great deals. Worth the trip.

Thanks, I was hoping someone had a price list of specific guns.

trendar5
07-17-2009, 11:24 AM
If you can't go on those specific days, they usually honor the Glock Days pricing at least a couple weeks before and after........

bronco1500
07-21-2009, 7:03 AM
As far as prices go most glocks are $399 (17,19,26,22,23,27 etc..) The newer sf models were like $50 more(I think) and the rtf I have no idea. The long slide models were like $50 more also. If you go to their web site and check out prices, then subtract like $25 bucks.

HonorThe2nd
07-21-2009, 6:25 PM
Is this sale only for LEO's?

Fire in the Hole
07-21-2009, 6:43 PM
Is this sale only for LEO's?

Their website doesn't say specificaly. Give them a call and find out.
Tel: (408) 294-2677

HonorThe2nd
07-23-2009, 5:39 PM
Called today and they informed me that this sale is only for LEO's and Security Guards with guard card.

Their website doesn't say specificaly. Give them a call and find out.
Tel: (408) 294-2677

gdict
07-30-2009, 12:26 AM
Called today and they informed me that this sale is only for LEO's and Security Guards with guard card.

Is that even legal to restrict an advertised price to a specific group? Seems discriminatory. Guard cards mean squat beyond open carry priveledges on the job. As for LEO, if the guns were off roster or only available with high caps, it makes sense. But guards can't buy high caps....

tazmanian devil dog
07-31-2009, 8:25 PM
Is this sale only for LEO's?

Mainly they sell to LEOS, however, if you are a licensed armed security officer, they will give you the same good prices.

John Q off the street, prolly not.

trendar5
08-02-2009, 2:37 AM
Is that even legal to restrict an advertised price to a specific group? Seems discriminatory. Guard cards mean squat beyond open carry priveledges on the job. As for LEO, if the guns were off roster or only available with high caps, it makes sense. But guards can't buy high caps....


L.C. Action would only sell to L.E., but Glock kindly asks (insists) that they also sell to security, fire, paramedics, and maybe some other groups. Not sure what the logic is. There is a popular store in Brea that only sells to L.E. You can't get in the door without I.D.

I guess one could open a gun store and only sell to jugglers or dog walkers. Many jewelry stores have to "buzz" customers through a security door. If they don't let me in, I don't know what my legal recourse would be. I don't think a retail store has to let everybody in, or sell to everybody.

As for the advertised price, L.C. action has put out postcards all over the place at agencies, and in their customer's mail boxes, for Glock days, and no prices are listed. Not sure I would call the prices "advertised." People just know the prices from years past.

eta34
08-02-2009, 6:55 AM
The store in Brea is ProForce. Great deals there on Glocks.

Mr.Shivers
08-07-2009, 12:42 PM
L.C Action is an awesome shop. I bought my Glock from them earlier in the year and got a smoking deal. I even drove the 2+ hours to get there(they were the only place around with glocks in stock). Good stuff.

retired
08-07-2009, 2:14 PM
There is a popular store in Brea that only sells to L.E. You can't get in the door without I.D.

trendar5, just a fyi, they also sell to retired le, tho I have yet to take advantage of that policy.:)

Fire in the Hole
08-07-2009, 3:28 PM
I just called LA Action, they will sell to retired LEO's for the discount price, but I would only be saving $25.00 on the Glock 30SF I have in mind. I'd be spending about $60.00 in fuel for a 6 hr. round-trip, plus I'd have to pay local FFL fees, or another 6 hour round trip back there. So the savings don't crunch out for me.

julie
08-07-2009, 3:30 PM
FYI, Glock Days apply to all the above.

heyeugenio
08-07-2009, 4:04 PM
FYI, Glock Days apply to all the above.

Welcome to CG and to the LEO's section!

retired
08-07-2009, 4:35 PM
Welcome julie!

jrara
08-07-2009, 9:12 PM
Julie,

Does your store sell to GSSF members?

Any guidelines?

Escalado
08-10-2009, 10:13 PM
G23 w/ 3 mags for $460 out the door. Can't beat that!

bm-bill
08-17-2009, 8:28 AM
Just wanted to say Thank You to LC Action. Hooked me up with a G34 and was treated very nicely by all the people there. Although they were very busy they were working quickly to get people through.

Casual Observer
08-17-2009, 2:56 PM
L.C. Action would only sell to L.E., but Glock kindly asks (insists) that they also sell to security, fire, paramedics, and maybe some other groups. Not sure what the logic is. There is a popular store in Brea that only sells to L.E. You can't get in the door without I.D.

I guess one could open a gun store and only sell to jugglers or dog walkers. Many jewelry stores have to "buzz" customers through a security door. If they don't let me in, I don't know what my legal recourse would be. I don't think a retail store has to let everybody in, or sell to everybody.

As for the advertised price, L.C. action has put out postcards all over the place at agencies, and in their customer's mail boxes, for Glock days, and no prices are listed. Not sure I would call the prices "advertised." People just know the prices from years past.


ProForce in Brea will sell to any "first responder" (police, fire, EMT, etc) and military.

They restrict their client base because many of their products are offered with pretty good discounts. They are allowed to sell at such low prices by the vendors/manufacturers by basically agreeing to sell ONLY to that select client base.

biglou
08-17-2009, 3:43 PM
A couple of co-workers went. They said alot of Glock 23's were being bought up. Also had a sale on Magpul AR mags.

vinnyvangoh
08-20-2009, 3:41 AM
LCAction also sells to Military. Reserves and Active duty. They just swap out the "high" cap magazines for CA restricted 10 rounders. Great people to work with.

Vince