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Glock Law Enforcement: Discounts Through The Glock Blue Label Program

By    |   Wednesday, 22 April 2015 10:31 AM

Glock offers a discount program for law enforcement officers, military members, and others whose primary occupation is to ensure community safety.

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Called the Glock Blue Label Program, this overview explains who qualifies for this discount and the benefits it provides.

Who Qualifies
People who qualify for this program include:
  • Law enforcement, including those at municipal, state, county, and federal levels
  • EMTs, fire fighters (professional and volunteer), and paramedics
  • Military personnel (including reservists and National Guard)
  • Corrections, parole, and probation officers
  • State-licensed security company officers
  • Judges and district attorneys (including deputies)
  • Law enforcement academy cadets
The military and law enforcement groups also include retired personnel, which makes this a significant discount program for anyone seeking to own a Glock firearm.

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If there are questions regarding qualification, there is a form on the Blue Label page to submit those or call customer service at (770) 432-1202. http://us.glock.com/bluelabel

How To Use It
The discount can be used at civilian retail outlets and through law enforcement distributors or sub-distributors. Those who qualify need to have credentials or enrollment documentation (for cadets) ready.

To purchase online, email the credentials to BlueLabelSales@glock.us first and customer service will send a price list. Payment information also needs to be included with the credentials and in some states, a Federal Firearms Licensed (FFL) dealer may also need to be identified.

The discount applies to the purchase of two weapons every calendar year. To ensure a dealer will honor the discount, first check the dealer locator site as this discount should be honored by all authorized Glock dealers.

Pricing is normally $75 to $100 off the original price, depending on model. As they are subject to change, confirm all prices with a dealer or customer service. 

Be aware some states will have magazine capacity and other restrictions and those will affect choices for purchase. If ordering online, California, New Jersey, Missouri, and Pennsylvania residents will need to designate a dealer with FFL certification. GunBroker.com contains a directory of these dealers and is searchable by state or zip code.

This article does not constitute legal advice. Check the current gun laws before purchasing or traveling with a firearm.

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