Any idea what the typical store markup is for sigs? No real reason for asking, just curious.
I recall a local gun range/ store saying they barely made anything on guns, and were primarily able to stay in business due to range fees and rentals.Having been in retail years ago I can tell you that will not be easy to determine. Retailers get a lot of incentives, volume purchasing discounts, and special pricing on certain models when they are backed up in the pipeline. I have read in more than a few places that typically markup is not that great on firearms and gun stores make a lot more on accessories such as magazines.
either your buddy is wrong or you misunderstood or misstated, MAP is Minimum Advertised price, a dealer cannot advertise for less...they can sell for less.According to my buddy who is a stocking dealer, anyone selling for less than what you see on places like Davidson's (except for factory authorized sales) will lose the ability to sell SIG.
Wow, both of those are surprising to me, when considering msrp. I realize everyone in the chain has to be able to make money, but still surprising at the low cost.Manufacturing costs is ~ 200.00 for a classic DA/SA sig. the P320 is ~ 100.00 or less.
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Wow, both of those are surprising to me, when considering msrp. I realize everyone in the chain has to be able to make money, but still surprising at the low cost.