Dallas Market Hall Gun Show Apr. 13-14, 2013 Part II

Posted: April 16, 2013 in Uncategorized
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This is the second segment in a multi-part review of the Dallas Market Hall Gun Show on Apr. 13-14, 2013, sponsored by Dallas Arms Collectors Association and in partnership with the Lone Star Knife Expo.  In part I, I reviewed the show opening and began the firearm pricing updates.  This segment of the review is exclusively devoted to firearm prices.

As always, prices are considered show-only by the dealer and unless otherwise stated are for cash transactions for NIB models.

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K.K. Sales seemed to be a new vendor at Market Hall; at least I do not remember them from the prior show.  Here’s a brief rundown of their offering.

Maverick Thunder Ranch for $449, Remington 870 Express for $359, Beretta ARX 160 Carbine for $529, Remington 700 SPS Tactical for $699.

A Rossi Ranch Hand in .44 mag cost $429, an FNS-40 all black was priced at $589, and the bi-tone version sold for $559.  A bi-tone Desert Eagle .40 S&W was available for $499.  An all black Walter PPX M1 was on the table for $499 and the sold Para 1911’s in .45, all black for $579 and SS for $619.

I saw a couple Glocks, a gen-3 G17 for $549 and the same price fetched a gen-3 G19.

A S&W M&P 22 sold for $369.

The older lady behind the table trying to help the guy next to me had no clue about the difference between a gen-3 and gen-4 Glock (pretty bad when the customer has to explain that to a vendor).  Then, she turned and asked me if I ever buy or just write things down?  LOLZ, yeah, I purchased over $5000 of merchandise in 2012 from gun show dealers.  But, never from you after that display.

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The layout at Blackland Outdoor Sports included an all black Taurus PT 709 for $309, a bi-tone PT 740 for $399, and an all black Judge for $489.

A Walther P22 ran $349, a P99 cost you $599, and a PPS would set you back $799.

An XD-M in .45 4.5″ was available for $629.

In Glock-land, they sold a gen-3 G31 for $599, a gen-3 G23 for $549, a gen-3 G22 in FDE for $489, and a gen-3 G29 for $649.

A bi-tone FNS-40 sold for $649, or you could take home an all black for $629.

A Ruger LCR in .357 mag sold for $489 or you could pick up the same firearm in .22 mag for $439.  The sold Super Blackhawks in .41 mag for $649 and .45 LC for $549.

A 4″ S&W 686 in .357 mag was on the table for $699.

A Mossberg FLEX w/ATI Stock and pistol grip sold for $529, a Remington 870 Tactical for $499, a Mossberg 715T for $349, a DDMV7 in 300 BLK for $1399, a Marlin 336W in 30-30 for $429, and a 39A in .22LR for $599.

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Viking Armory sold a Taurus Raging Judge for $725 and a PT 1911 for $525.

A S&W M67 was priced at $600.

A Ruger SR-22 was available for #325 and with threaded barrel for $350.

A Sig Mosquito was on the table for $350, a 1911-22 in FDE or OD/Green for $400.  A P938 Nightmare would set you back $700, a P224 in .40 S&W sold for $900, a P229 in .40 for $100, and a P220 in .45 for $900.  The 1911 Tacpack could be yours for $550.

A Walther PK 380 was priced at $400.

A Beretta M9 sold for $650, a PX4 for $550, a 92FS for $650, and a M9 A1 for $675.

VA sold lots of Glocks, inclding a gen-4 G30 for $650, a G30SF for $600, a gen-4 G21 for $650, a gen-3 G22 for $575, a gen-3 G23 for $550, a gen-4 G27 for $650, a gen-3 G26 for $550, a gen-4 G23 for $675, a gen-4 G22 for $650, a gen-4 G26 for $650, and a gen-3 G17 for $550.

An all black FNS-9 was priced at $600 and an FNS-40 w/night sights was available for $625.

An all black XD-M 3.8″ in 9mm was on the table for $650 and the bi-tone version would set you back $675.  The all black XD-S was priced at $600, while an XD-M Tactical cost $750.  The same barrel length in .40 S&W sold for $675.

I saw a Colt Commander for $1100 and the same price would take home a Bushmaster Patrolman.  A Sig 516 was available for $1800, a Colt 6900 for $1100, and an Armalite AR-15 3-gun version was on the table for $1300.

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I didn’t have too much time to talk with Oscar at Republic Arsenal because he was too busy making sales.  He had already eclipsed his Mesquite sales level by the time I walked by.  The ever-expanding RA layout included a Walther P22 for $399, add a laser for $449, and a bi-tone PK 380 for $419.

The all black XD-S was priced at $549.

An M&P 22 was on sale for $399, or you could pick up an M&P 40 for $529.

A Colt 1911 in 9mm cost $1019.

Sig offerings included an all black P938 for $699, a 938 RG for $709, a 938 AG for $699, a bi-tone 250C for $579, an SP2022 for $459, a M11 A1 for $889, a MK-25 for $975, a Mosquito for $369, a SS 1911 w/CT laser for $1099, and a beautiful P226 Texas Edition for $939.

A Beretta M9 sold for $609, a M9 A1 for $659, a PX4-9C for $549, and a 92FS Inox for $629.

A CZ P-07 in .40 S&W was available for $499.

An EAA Witness FS-45 could be taken home for $409, a SAR ST10 9mm for $519, a K2 9mm for $379, or an SAR K2 in .45 for $519.

RA had several Glocks, including a gen-3 G31 for $549, a gen-4 G27 for $599, a gen-3 G22 for $549, a G20SF for $549, a gen-3 G17 for $549, a gen-3 G22 for $599, and a gen-4 G17 for $599.

A bi-tone FNX-40 sold for $689.

A Remington 1911-R1 was on the table for $669 and the Carry version cost $1099.

A Ruger SR-1911 in .45 was available for $799.

AR prices are becoming more competitive.  RA is offering one box of ammo and a 30-rnd Pmag for purchases.

The sold a LE 6920 and a SP 6920 for $1499.  A Bushmaster E2S was on sale for $1195, a Windham R16 M4 for the same price, a DPMS Panther Lite for $1099, and an optics-ready M&P 15 for $1699.

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Love’s Guns had a nice short-barrel Taurus in .454 Casull on display for $799.  The SS Judge 4″ sold for $499 and the 5″ SS Tracker in .22LR was available for $435.

A Colt Gold Cup Trophy would set you back $456.

A Walther P22 was priced at $393.

A Sig 1911-22 could be taken home for $397, a Mosquito with a Camo paint job for $368, and an all black P220 for $859.

A Beretta U22 Neos sold for $270.

Glock offerings included a gen-3 G33 for $525, a gen-3 G34 for $675, a gen-3 G22 for $525, a gen-3 G29 for $575, a gen-4 G35 for $675, and a gen-3 G30 for $575.

An all black FNS-9 cost $599 and a bi-tone FNS-40 sold for $559.

An Olympic 5.56 was available for $1295 along with a Remington 877 for $445.

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Ft. Worth Shooter’s Supply sold an M&P 16-22 for $495, and M&P 9 for $595, and the same price would fetch a 9C or an M&P 40.  The M&P 40 Pro sold for $695.

A Marlin 336W was on display for $475.

A Zavasta M92 PV would set you back $995.

A Colt SP1 was on sale for $1925.

A Ruger Vaquero in 45LC would take you back to the old west for only $595.  An SR-9c w/light was available for $525.

A Springfield EMP 9mm was priced at $1195 and the Range Officer could be taken home for $895.  A bi-tone XD-S was on the table for $695.

A Remington 1911 R1 sold for $650.

A RIA 1911 Tactical in .45 could be yours for $495 and the 9mm version cost $450.

An EAA SAR 9mm was priced at $350.

A Beretta PX4 would set you back $595 and the 92FS was on display for $650.

An FNS-9 w/night sights was available for $620 and the all black version cost $595.  An all black FNS-40 cost $630.

Glock choices included a gen-3 G23 for $595, a gen-4 G27 for $695, a gen-3 G27 w/night sights for $650, a gen-3 G30 for $650, a gen-4 G17 for $695, a gen-3 G22 for $595, a gen-4 G31 for $695, a gen-3 G22 w/night sights for $650, a gen-4 G21 for $795, and a gen-3 G20 for $650.

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Classic Colt had some magnificent 1911’s on display.  I can’t do them justice in a verbal description, so check them out next show.  More mainstream offerings included a gen-4 G35 for $685, and a gen-3 G31 for $630.

An M&P 9 was available for $549 along with a M&P 40 for the same price.

A Smith 629 would set you back $950.

A Beretta 92FS was on sale for $679 and the PX4 Storm was on the table for $549.

An all black Sig M11 A1 sold for $1099 along with a P226 for $989 and a 1911-22 for $469.

A Walther P99 QA was priced at $649.

A variety of LE 6920 MPR’s were available from $2689 to $3589.

A Colt AR-15 in 9mm was on sale for $3000.

A RRA LAR8 .308 sold for $3000.

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Well, that’s it for part II.  Tomorrow, I’ll finish up the firearm pricing updates and move onto ammo.  Thanks for stopping by!

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