dealsinsight m6 pistol light & laser for $187.95…

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This is only for a handgun. I'm sure this would fit great on a Glock. On Ebay these things are running for $225-$350. This is a good price.

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its $175 every day price at budsgunshop.com
They have best prices on guns, and usually on accessories too
They are great to deal with, their brick/mortar store is in my hometown

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@ricky9460: You can put this on anything with a Picatinny rail.

Of course since it doesn't have a pressure pad or anything you might have a long reach to turn it on.

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@commonwealth109: Buds dupes another one into thinking their getting a deal. If you actually took the time to add the item to your cart, as I did, my total with uninsured shipping and the $5.00 credit card fee came up to $189.25. Which makes it $2.00 more expensive. This was having the item shipped to Florida where I am. Not to mention that this is for one little package. At EOD, I could add 42 backpacks, 400 boxes of AK ammo, 12 cleaning kits, 700 pellet guns and still not pay a dime more for shipping!

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Just checked this myself, Epicenter of Defense is the cheapest. Plus the shipping is free..... WHAT? Phenominal company to do business with!

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Fair enough mister epicenter, however I don't think paying $2 more for an everyday price is getting "duped". Buds has saved me tons of cash on guns, tons. If I get the lowest price for guns and within $2 on acessories (without having to scour the internet all day) then that's not being duped. BTW, I do like and use your site as well for certain items for sure. Thanks for being here on woot!

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@commonwealth109: What I meant by getting duped is that Buds makes everyone think they are getting a great deal and then charges them high shipping prices and also they add fees to the price for using a credit card. Which means to get that price people have to get a money order, mail it in and then hope that they haven't sold out within that week that it took to get everything done. They are also one of the primary reasons companies like Nikon, Glock, Leupold,etc. are pushing policies that will stop anybody from selling their products online. These companies are starting to push their MAP policies very stringently. Buds is content making $2.50 for a $200 item now. But in the long run it will hurt everyone when these companies will only sell to the big brick-and-mortar stores.