This is the final post in a two-part review of the Big Town Gun Show on July 20, 2013, sponsored by Premier Gun Shows.  In part I of the review, I covered the venue, show opening, layout, and list of vendors by category.  Today, we get right to the fun stuff – firearm prices.

I had an appointment to practice at Fusion Gun range in the early afternoon, so I had a time budget of three hours at the show.  A good portion of that was taken up in covering the vendor list.  Since it was not possible to provide an exhaustive list of firearm prices, I chose to sweep back across the floor and note anything that caught my eye.  It’s been quite some time since I focused on Glocks, so I made a special effort to capture Glock pricing points.

On that subject, it’s interesting to see how prices currently compare to approximately a year ago.  It doesn’t seem like that long, but it was early July 2012 when I purchased a Gen-4 G31.  Here is a scan of the receipt with personal information blacked out.

Glock31

That was from a Ft. Worth gun show early last July.  Keep that price in mind when viewing Glock prices from the Big Town Show.  As always, prices are considered show-only by each vendor and reflect a discount for cash transactions.  Prices are aggregated by model, not by vendor.  Shop the entire floor as some vendors offer incentives and other vendors may be in a position to really deal on their listed price.

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Glock (generation is in parentheses)

G22 (3) – $489
G22 (4) – $549, $550
G22 (4) FDE – $549
G21 (3) – $489
G21 (4) – $584, $599
G21 (4) FDE – $549
G34 (3) – $599
G17 (4) FDE – $539, $549
G17 (4) – $549
G19 (4) – $549, $550
G31 (4) – $539, $549, $550
G31 (3) FDE – $499
G35 (3) – $599
G35 (4) FDE – $649
G20 SF – $549
G23 (4) – $549
G27 (4) – $549
G30 SF – $530
G32 (3) – $495
G30S – $629

Smith and Wesson

M&P 15 – $999
M&P 15 FDE – $1049
M&P 40 – $469, $495, $499
M&P 40C – $479, $480
M&P 40 Pro – $649
M&P 9 – $449, $480, $489, $499
M&P 9c – $449
M&P 9 Pro – $589
M&P Shield 9mm – $495
629 “Dirty Harry” – $1099
8 3/8 ” S&W 500 – $1089
686 .357 6″ – $699

Sig Sauer

516 Patrol – $1199, $1399, $1498
P250C – $649
P238 bi-tone w/laser – $590
P238 Rainbow – $637
P238 Scorpion – $649
556XI 10″ SBR w/arm brace – $1599
R556 – $1199, $1200
R556 w/red dot – $1099
716 Patrol – $1698, $1899, $1900
P226 357 Sig – $999
R400 – $1079
R400 OD/G – $1059
E26R-9 TacOps – $1074
P226 Extreme .40 S&W – $949

FNH

FNX 45 blk – $659, $699
FNX 45 FDE – $699, $749
FNX 45 Tactical blk – $998
FNX 45 Tactical FDE – $1099
SCAR 16S blk – $2499
SCAR 17S blk – $2699
PS 90 – $1199

Beretta

PX4 Storm – $510
PX4 OD/G – $599
M9 – $509
M9 A1 – $579
Nano FDE – $390
Nano OD/G – $425

Ruger

LC9 w/laser – $410
GP 100 – $619
SR 556 – $1049

Springfield

I actually saw an XD-S 9mm bi-tone on the table for the first time: $579

XD-S 9mm – $529, $599
Range Officer – $799
XD-S 45 blk – $549
XD-S 45 bi-tone – $599
TRP 1911 – $1333

DPMS

Panther Sportical – $799
Oracle – $624

LWRC

LWRC .308 OD/G – $3999
M6/A5 – $2499,

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Some others include: KRISS Vector Carbine $1849,  WW Carbon Fiber: $849,  AAC 300 BLK: $1699, Colt LE 6900: $895, RRA Tactical Operator: $999, Noveske Afghan: $2295, .50AE Desert Eagle Israeli Model: $1448, Bushmaster Carbon-15 w/red dot: $699, Bond Arms Snake Slayer 4: $479, IWI Tavor 5.56: $2699, Rossi Ranch Hand .357: $428, POF 7.62 Nato: $2499, Kel Tec KSG: $1799, SRM 1216: $2399, 300 BLK uppers 9″ SBR: 1075 and 16″ 1 in 7 twist: $1075, Rem 1911 Blued: $600.

Tomorrow, I’ll begin a two-part review of the Allen gun show.  Thanks for stopping by Texas Gun Show Review.

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