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North West OK Sig MPX 8" SBR package

Discussion in 'Dealer Listings - Firearms & Accessories' started by fishfurlife, Jul 20, 2017.

  1. fishfurlife

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    A sweet gun that has been tough to come by! Running a special on this gun and a suppressor combo! Buy this package and receive $150 off the price of the ghost.
    $1850 for the MPX and $700 for the ghost. Sales Tax included!

    $2550 out the door! Sales tax is covered. You will be responsible for both tax stamps. To clarify any confusion that may arrive.

    Edit - for whatever reason I can't add photos right now. Will add them as soon as possible.
     
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    To clarify, when you say "tax included", are you referring to sales tax or the two tax stamps required for the SBR and can, or both?
     
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    Correct. Sales tax included. I apologize if there was any confusion on that.


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    But not the $400.00 total cost for the two NFA tax stamps, correct?
     
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    Yes. Buyer will be responsible for the two $200 tax stamps required for this package.


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    Thanks for the clarification, when you state an out the door price that tends to indicate all costs are included, so this is really $2950 out the door...
     
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    I don't necessarily agree with that but it's definitely not something worth arguing over. Now we are all on the same page at least. :-)


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    I don't necessarily agree with that but it's definitely not something worth arguing over. Now we are all on the same page at least. :-)


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    Out the door means no other costs, you wouldn't have been questioned on it had there not been a misunderstanding of the term on your part.

    Here are just about a half dozen clips for a search on "out the door price":

    Out the door price includes everything, including all fees, sales tax, registration fee, and license fees. Everything.

    out the door means that is the price, no more fees, taxes anything else added..

    A out the door price is the price you pay to drive the vehicle off the lot. There are no additional charges or fees.

    "out the door" price has meant the final selling price, including non negotiable government fees such as tax, tags, and title. It's the FINAL selling price, so you know how much you owe for purposes of knowing how much you need to finance/borrow.

    You still have state taxes, licensing and titling to deal with, and combined they can add up to a hefty sum that you may not have realized was coming. The purchase price, plus the taxes, license and title, is the out-the-door price.

    Out the door - means the total price you are paying for the automobile. So, that means you pay $31,000 and you have $3,000 to give them and you finance $28,000. It also means there are no additional fees or taxes - basically, those are included in the $31,000.
     
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    For some reason I thought we were in agreement that we were all on the same page concerning what was an wasn't included in the final price?

    Again, I'm not going to argue or go into why I feel tax and a tax stamp are two completely different things.
    I appreciate your thoughts though
     
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