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Old 12-02-2010, 12:28 PM   #1
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Hey guys. Haven't posted in a while but I just wanted to let you know about my latest delve into the tupperware universe. Went to my local FFL yesturday and ended up picking up a gently used 2nd Gen Glock 21. It was $350 with all the glockophenalia (extra mag, loader, box, paperwork, cleaning tools, etc.) I dunno what happened, but my wallet just jumped up on the counter, opened itself and threw my bank card at the dealer.

Anyways I was having trouble checking prices to see if I got a good deal, so any opinions?

After getting it home and giving it some tlc, everything seems to be in good order, hope to take it to the range today. Also threw some Hogue grips on it, then gen 2 grip isn't quite as comfortable as I would like it. Hogue fixed that though, now its a gen 2.5.

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Old 12-02-2010, 11:30 PM   #2
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Your wallet got a very good buy!

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I'll give you $351.37 for it. Always nice to turn a profit in these troubled times.

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I'll give you $351.37 for it. Always nice to turn a profit in these troubled times.
Do I hear $351.45?
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Not a finger groove man myself, I own six, one Gen.1 model 17
and five Gen.2 various models.

I'll go 355......

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I was never big on the finger grooves either. However the grip felt kinda weird, towards the bottom compared to a gen3. Thats why I got the Hogue. Now it's perfectly comfortable and ready to go.

Do I hear $360...

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will $361.72 git me into the mix

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Hey guys. Haven't posted in a while but I just wanted to let you know about my latest delve into the tupperware universe. Went to my local FFL yesturday and ended up picking up a gently used 2nd Gen Glock 21. It was $350 with all the glockophenalia (extra mag, loader, box, paperwork, cleaning tools, etc.) I dunno what happened, but my wallet just jumped up on the counter, opened itself and threw my bank card at the dealer.

Anyways I was having trouble checking prices to see if I got a good deal, so any opinions?

After getting it home and giving it some tlc, everything seems to be in good order, hope to take it to the range today. Also threw some Hogue grips on it, then gen 2 grip isn't quite as comfortable as I would like it. Hogue fixed that though, now its a gen 2.5.
For 'treefitty....I'da bought it an run like a theif in the night, and I already have 2 Glock 21's. Nice score.

I'd enter the bidding at $365.00
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