Hi BC--- There's a couple ways to do this; I'd go to "Buffalo Arms" www site and see what they have that suits you; then do a web search to see if you can beat their price. If you have a Cabela's close by you can use their frequent special discounts to reduce the price by $20 occasionally. (one of those specials is running right now.) If you want to peruse the "used" market, I'd reccomend going to Gunbroker.com and doing a search. There are tons of guns up for bid; all types of conditions--- and occasionally some real deals. It is set up like ebay (bid site, seller sets minimum bids --some totally unrealistic). I got a great deal once on a repro enfield in mint condition at $200 under the current retail. You need to have someone with an FFL on your end to recieve your gun. Some pawn shops/sporting goods stores will charge you a fee ($20?) to do this for you. Good luck and let me know how it all turns out.