Posted April 6, 2020 6:00 am by Comments

By Scott Gara

Buying a gun shouldn’t break your wallet. (Photo: Don Summers/Guns.com)
The internet is a great place for saving money on everyday items and guns are no exception. If you’re willing to do a little extra leg work, there are ways to pinch pennies and get more bang for your buck.
In our efforts to better help our readers save a little cash, we’ve compiled a list of our top seven ways to save money while purchasing a gun online.
1. Look for People Willing to Wheel and Deal
Though a straight-up deal is always a nice find, it’s even better when you discover a seller willing to negotiate. Much like you’d wheel and deal to get the best price on a used car on Craigslist, why not talk price when buying used guns.
While some online dealers don’t allow for price negotiations, Guns.com knows that sometimes you just want to be upfront about what you’re willing to pay. For that reason, we’ve made it easy to make an offer on all Certified Used Guns from the Guns.com Vault. Try it out – you might be surprised at what deals you can walk away with.
SEE OUR CERTIFIED USED GUNS!
2. Look for Bundles
This particular P320 comes with

Source: Guns.com

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