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  • Rapid price increase

    Asked 05/17/2017 02:01 PM CT
    by unnamed user in Long Gun

    Windham Weaponry R16M4FTTCF1 R16 M4 Flattop Semi-Automatic 2 Windham Weaponry R16M4FTTCF1 R16 M4 Flattop Semi-Automatic 2
  • When I looked at this AR a few weeks ago the price was $399. I foolishly neglected to buy that day. Since that time I have seen the price vary from just under $700 to $450 to today's price of $600. Why is it fluctuating so much? Will it drop to $399 again?

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  • 05/17/2017 04:23 PM CT
    by Rex M - Lifetime Points: 37 Chosen as Best Answer
  • We actually price our guns off of our current cheapest replacement cost today....and not what we paid for the guns yesterday (or last week or month) as most retailers do. Our policy and assumption has always been that customers could really care less what we paid for the gun, that's our problem, they want to pay whatever the current best price is for the gun right now. Therefore, our website price can fluctuate, and sometimes significantly, as a result of one of our suppliers raising or lowering their price. We do provide the free Norton Price Protection Guarantee to every customer so they can claim up to $100 if the price drops within 30 days after purchasing from us. Of course if the price goes up AFTER you make your purchase ?.....good for you ! :)

  • 05/17/2017 03:09 PM CT
    by Andrew J - Lifetime Points: 280 Chosen as Best Answer
  • Try price match, they are really good here about getting the best deal they can (from my experience). They use a formula based on available inventory and such to change prices.

  • 05/17/2017 03:07 PM CT
    by Andrew J - Lifetime Points: 280 Chosen as Best Answer
  • Try price match! slick guns is one I've used to match 2 for here and it's helped a lot! Can save you a good bit and the decision is immediate.

  • 05/17/2017 02:13 PM CT
    by Wade W - Lifetime Points: 591 Chosen as Best Answer
  • Buds updates prices pretty frequently and my understanding is the prices come directly from their distributors. So if the distributor is looking to move a bunch of rifles they'll drop the price and it reflects here on our end. That a pretty significant drop though. Could have even just been an error. I've seen them bounce around but not that much. I might have to buy one myself at that price.