FFDO HK offer

skychicken

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Does anybody know if HK still has their program going for purchasing their HK 40 cal at a reduced price for 121 pilots? If so what are the details of it.
 

LewisU_Pilot

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Did anyone else think this was going to be a Trans States thread?
 

Salukipilot4590

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Did anyone else think this was going to be a Trans States thread?
Sadly yes....I've been searching for updates all month...

I need to get back to work!

:rage:
 

Cardinal

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"pilots can purchase one HK USP40 Compact LEM pistol,"

You tell me.

 

PBRstreetgang

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This is really SSI and shouldn't be discussed on a public forum.
Its a pistol, just don't tell your wife! Tell her its for Prozac, she will believe that!
PBR
 

OPECJet

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It's a mass produced HK pistol available to the public.
 

BigPappa

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Do you really believe that this weapon is soooo great, and that the general public can not get their hands on a great weapon such as the American made S&W. A gun is a gun. Your skill will determine the effectiveness (this also means the skill to not having to use it).
 

trainer8

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The HK offer is still available to pilots "considering" the FFDO training program.

The gun dealer that handled my purchase told me last month that HK is going to end the pilot purchase discount in early 2009.

Also, expect 2-3 months to receive the weapon. Since the beginning of November 2008, the sale of handguns and semi-automatic weapons has increased 30% compared to the same time the year before. Rumour has it NRA memberships are up, too.

T8
 

Browntothebone

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The HK offer is still available to pilots "considering" the FFDO training program.

The gun dealer that handled my purchase told me last month that HK is going to end the pilot purchase discount in early 2009.

Also, expect 2-3 months to receive the weapon. Since the beginning of November 2008, the sale of handguns and semi-automatic weapons has increased 30% compared to the same time the year before. Rumour has it NRA memberships are up, too.

T8

Sounds like people are scrambling in advance of our much needed, new gun control laws our great new President is committed to impose.
 

OPECJet

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Sounds like people are scrambling in advance of our much needed, new gun control laws our great new President is committed to impose.
hippy......
 

crj567

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Sounds like people are scrambling in advance of our much needed, new gun control laws our great new President is committed to impose.
This is the type of person Stalin would have found useful!

-LUNATIC!
 

SLUF4

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I don't see how this is SSI considering anyone can google HK Pilot Gun Discount and find out all about it.
 

Raskal

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Tupperware should stay in the kitchen...
As a long time Colt fan/owner who has also had a Smith, Para and Glock along the way I would agree with you, but have you ever fired one of these? Really is a great gun, little on the big side, but seems to be as reliable as it gets-eats everything. World apart from a Glock.
 

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This is really SSI and shouldn't be discussed on a public forum.
SSI documents have to be marked as such, the document isn't hence it isn't SSI.

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