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    Default Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    Hello Gunsiters.

    I am finishing up my competency and need to buy a FA but sadly I don't have the cash in one lump and I am unable to do credit for various historical reasons. I can pay it in 2 installments but most of the shops say it must be paid in full

    Preferably I would like to go new, so please let me know if you guys have come across a dealer who can accommodate me perhaps.

    Thanks Guys.
    Clintie

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    You're in JHB but I only know of City Guns in CPT that might be able to help.
    I'm sure theres a shop in JHB that will sort you out. All the best.

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    Save the money of three installments in an envelope and then go ahead and pay cash.

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    Your competency is going to take some time before it gets approved. why not save up until its approved then buy your firearm .

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    Last firearm i bought came from Kalahari arms. 50% upfront 4 months to pay the rest. Got the forms to apply after the first 50 %. Obviously if your license is granted befpre 4 months you have to settle before you can take posession.

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    I know Savuti arms in Brakpan is very acomodating regarding payment.

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ds J View Post
    Save the money of three installments in an envelope and then go ahead and pay cash.
    would like to submit my competency and license app together, so I unfortunately I need the FA details before I submit the apps

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    Thanks for the responses guys. Will get onto some of these leads shortly...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clintoris View Post
    would like to submit my competency and license app together, so I unfortunately I need the FA details before I submit the apps
    This will not do anything special. They will not work on your license until your competency is approved, might even get lost like many others have experienced.

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    Default Re: Any dealers out there that still take interest free "lay-byes" for FA?

    Try Kalahari Arms on Beyers Naude Drive in JHB. Falls Under Randpark Ridge or Honeydew areas.

    I bought a 2nd hand FA there on a 50% deposit and balance within 3/4 months like Gertjie87 said. They were even nice enough to let me test fire a few before I decided which one I want. They were all obviously 2nd hand FA.

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