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I don't know what a good price is on a blue major these days
but my dealer has 10 at $479 each. The one I looked at was
very very nice. Nice blueing and real smooth and tight. If you
are interested send me a E-mail and I will give you his phone
number. I know he does ship out of state.
 

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:eek: Very good price. He must have got a good deal on a quantity buy from a distributor and is passing the deal along to his customers, is my guess.
 

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Sam, He didn't say so but I think you are correct. They were at
$549 the same as the stainless. Now the stainless is still $549
but the blue is $479. They sure look good though. I am thinking
about getting one myself. Why do my paragraphs get broke up
like this that's not the way they were typed.
 

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ftstinyc said:
Sam, He didn't say so but I think you are correct. They were at
$549 the same as the stainless. Now the stainless is still $549
but the blue is $479. They sure look good though. I am thinking
about getting one myself.
At $479 the blues are a great value. Just remember, many of the original Majors were using the exact same barrels as the Patriots and were fit as tight as a drum.

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Sam
 

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My dealer said he also has 9mm, 10mm and 40 cal also. I think
but not sure that these are majors also.
 

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good price

Considering what I paid for mine, I think that's an excellent price. I paid $650 here in the People's Republic of Maryland. I bought it the same day the Patriots were announced. I love the gun and chose it over all of the Kimbers and Springfields that I handled. My only regret is that I can't get any more Dan Wessons because of Maryland's ridiculous "safe-gun" laws. I say snap it up while you can.
 
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