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Old 09-04-2013, 04:36 AM   #1
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I may have a chance to pick up a used G23 for a good price. I believe it to be a gen 2. The gun is about 20 years old, looks and shoots very well, and is ported. Are there any problems or issues with the gen 2s that I should know about ?ororavoidThank
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Old 09-04-2013, 04:44 AM   #2
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What's a good price? If cheap enough I would because some would consider that a collectible. You rarely see gen 2's anymore. I want a gen 2 g17 to do some frame customizing on. Stippling and color, the whole 9
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Asking price is $325. Guy owes me a favor, so it may come down to $250-$275. Sorry about the confusing ending to my post, I had some sticking keys on the lap top.
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Gen 2 G22 LE trade-ins used to go for $300-350. I picked one up a couple years ago and no issues at all. CCxxxx serial no. I think there was a frame problem with some E series Serial numbers. I'd expect a G23 would go a little higher today.

If it doesn't have finger bumps on the grip it's a Gen 2 since there never was a Gen 1 in 40S&W.
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Just saw your last post. If in good shape $325 or less is a great price!
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I have a Glock 23,I guess gen2 the first year for the 23,it has been a excellent shooter...That's a great price,I would go for it.
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