In March of last year I ordered a KZ45. End of Oct, I had kidney cancer surgery. When I got home the gun shop left a message that my gun was in and they would hold it three days. This was Nov. 3rd and I called right away. They said it had been sold that morning. I ordered ,over the phone another one from them right then. No one said a thing abought an increase in price . Two months ago I bought a full sized Springfield from them and was told the Wilson would still be awhile. Still nothing about a price increase. Tonight I received a call that my gun was in. " Great I said". My $995.00 was now $1089 plus tax.Was told wilson dealers had jumped their prices. I told the guy I was aware of this , but the KZ was still advertised on the internet and all the gun mags. for $995.00. He said he would talk to the boss tomorrow,but thought the price would stand. I understand supply and demand, after all I had agreed to full retail(twice).The guy probably has another buyer in the wings. Is this anyway to do business? After all I am a repeat customer and thought we had a deal. By the way I got back into collecting 3 years ago and have purchased 28 guns during that time. Not all from this guy though. I'm curious have any of you had similiar experiences. It is not even the money, just the whole lousy experience of trying to buy one gun!