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Old 02-09-2012, 11:49 AM   #1
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I am new to glocks and I am looking at purchasing a used glock 26 with a crimson trace laser. Is there any thing i should be checking as far a wear goes? Its priced at $549. Is that a fair price? Thanks

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Old 02-09-2012, 01:22 PM   #2
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I am new to glocks and I am looking at purchasing a used glock 26 with a crimson trace laser. Is there any thing i should be checking as far a wear goes? Its priced at $549. Is that a fair price? Thanks
Welcome to the glock forum ! If you join GSSF (glock shooting sports foundation) you get flocks at law enforcement pricing you could add the trace yourself and save some cash.
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:16 PM   #3
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Do do it! That's like nib price. Terrible deal on a used pistol. Might as well get a new one that you know what it's history has been

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Don't is what I meant

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I wouldn't do it. As others have said you can get a brand new pistol for cheaper. Buy new and shoot about 500 rounds out of it before you add a laser or anything. You may find you don't necessarily need the laser sight (I don't like them one bit).

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How new is the crimson trace? Those are bout 219 brand new. If it were 500 I'd go for it even 475

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I decided i will keep looking around. Thanks for the help.

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The CT is what boosted the price up. If that means nothing to you it's probably not a good deal.

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Welcome to the glock forum ! If you join GSSF (glock shooting sports foundation) you get flocks at law enforcement pricing you could add the trace yourself and save some cash.
Join GSSF and then buy flocks of glocks!
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Join GSSF and then buy flocks of glocks!
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