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    Default Gun Safes at BJs

    AT BJS, not for.

    Stack On 16 18 gun cabinet for $99.99. Double door, key look, can hold "up to" 18 rifles or shot guns depending on how you configure it.

    Also an "Executive Safe" for $299.99. Heavier, with electronic combo lock. About 40" tall. This one has a picture of a handgun on the top shelf, so it's by definition a gun safe.

    As I recall from previous threads, BJs probably will not cancel the sales tax, you'll have to argue it out with corporate.

    There is also a full size size one for $499.00. I think that's Sentry, not Stack On.
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    Almost every time I go into the Nashua BJ's I walk past the safes. Up here we don't even think about sales tax...

    If you have a way to get it home, consider coming up this way. Hell, depending on which one you want, I might be able to give you a hand with my truck. PM me if you want to explore that.
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    Thats a sweet deal. Is BJ's one of the ones you need a membership for and if so how much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nectaris View Post
    Thats a sweet deal. Is BJ's one of the ones you need a membership for and if so how much?
    It is... Membership is in the $50/year unless you get a discount from where you work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garys View Post
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    As I recall from previous threads, BJs probably will not cancel the sales tax, you'll have to argue it out with corporate.
    My son is a front-line supervisor at the Northboro BJ's (corporate HQ is in Westboro so this is their 'flagship' store), and they definitely know NOT to charge sales tax on gun safes. The sku should actually come up tax-exempt. If they somehow find a way to charge sales tax on a gun safe, head immediately to the customer service desk and explain it. They'll correct it.
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    I was there the other day and I think they were doing a $40 for 14 months or something like that.

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    Gun cabinets aren't gun safes? the 16 gun cabinet will probably be taxed.

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    That's good to know. A few years ago this was not the case. I remember a couple of threads on the subject.

    Quote Originally Posted by StevieP View Post
    My son is a front-line supervisor at the Northboro BJ's (corporate HQ is in Westboro so this is their 'flagship' store), and they definitely know NOT to charge sales tax on gun safes. The sku should actually come up tax-exempt. If they somehow find a way to charge sales tax on a gun safe, head immediately to the customer service desk and explain it. They'll correct it.
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    Is there a question by the OP? Or are these comments?

    Only comment I have is: IF I had 18 rifles or shotguns............there's no way in HELL I'd even come close to thinking about buying any type of "safe" at BJ's....Nor would I really care too much if they errantly charged me the $187.50 in sales tax on what a really real safe should cost. Yea I'd go argue with corporate and get my money back, after the fact. YMMV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garys View Post
    There is also a full size size one for $499.00. I think that's Sentry, not Stack On.
    It's a Stack-on. It goes on sale from time to time at $399, most recently right before Christmas.

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