Introduction to Precise Shooter Inventory Lookup System
Hello and welcome to Precise Shooter! We are glad to have you as a customer, and look forward to serving you.
Precise Shooter inventory system aggregates the inventories of our three biggest distributors, together with the one of our own store. It then presents the best price
it can find across all sources, as well as the number of items available at this price.
As of this writing, there are roughly 5000 gun models in it.
The prices on the page reflect the final cost to you, the consumer, excluding the sales tax. There are no other fees - no "transfer fees", no "credit card fees" - just
the price, plus tax (which is 9.5%) if you are buying it locally in WA. There is of course no tax if you live outside WA and would like the item to be shipped, though
there will be a shipping cost (which is roughly what we are charged by FedEx or USPS, rounded to the closest round number. We make no profit on shipping!).
The prices for special-order firearms are generally set at distributor price plus 13% if the price of the gun is less than $1000, or 10% if it is over $1000, rounded up
to the closest "round number" (something ending with 4.95 or 9.95). This translates to 10% and 7% profit margin for us, respectively, after the credit card company
gets its share. For firearms that have MAP (Minimum Advertising Price), the MAP would be the going price.
The prices on in-store inventory are the same as we charge in store.
Since all distributors have different prices, and the price is set to the lowest that we could find, it is subject to availability. When the quantities at the distributor
with the lowest price are exhausted, the price will jump up to the next least expensive offering. And so on. If the distributor declares (or discontinues) a promotion,
the prices will reflect that, too.
Because of this fluidity of distributors' inventory (as well as our own - someone might well be buying this same rifle you are looking at right now!), the availability and
price is not guaranteed unit you are actually placing the order with us. If the item you would like to buy is marked as "in stock", rush to our store
right now (though it might pay to review the eligibility and documentation requirements for firearms purchases before you make the trip),
or give us a call if you want the firearm shipped (after reading this).
The firearms that are not in our stock at our store, but which are in stock at our distributors are marked as "special order". This page
describes our special-ordering process. Please read it!
Last but not least, this is a new system - and as any software system it is susceptible to bugs. We apologize in advance if you get hit by one, but if you see a
suspiciously low price in the list, chances are, the offer might be too good to be true. The salesperson working with you on your order is still the final
authority on pricing and availability.
If you have questions or comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206 489-4907.