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Old 01-08-2012, 11:58 PM   #1
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I have a friend wanting to sell me a glock 21 and I just want to know more about it. He says he's fired 1000s of rounds through it and it has never had a problem. So if anyone can tell me more then just general info that would be great and what is a good price range for it used

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Old 01-09-2012, 12:57 AM   #2
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Go to Glock 21 | GLOCK USA and all the specs are here. In good shape it should bring around $400.00 to $450.00.

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Ok thank you

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The G21 is a great gun. Full size .45 acp. I would recommend you try it at the range first just to make sure it feels good in your hands.

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Ok I looked it up but I also want to know if its a reliable gun. Anyone that has it them self. If it can go countless rounds without jamming or any other issues

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Very reliable, they are a no frills guns with minimal parts. You have to try and break, but you won't be able to. I have more Glocks than I do any other brand of pistols. I know they will always shoot when I need them to. with the concerns about how much it has been fired, it is just getting broke in. Have a Glock Armorer check it out just for peace of mind.

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Really? It feels like a durable gun and looks simple but I wasn't to sure.

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One of the most dependable pistols made. With the internal safeties, it is in my opinion, the safest made to carry. The most important thing is make sure it is comfortable to shoot and it fits you.

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Cannot go wrong with this pistol. I have a gen 2 glock 21 w probably 10k rounds & no real issues.....if s--- hit the fan this would be the first pistol I grabbed.

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Thanks everyone really appreciate the info.

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