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Old 09-26-2012, 11:52 PM   #11
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I'll give you $265 congrats.
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Old 09-27-2012, 12:14 AM   #12
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Yeah I agree it was a good deal. I wasn't in the market for a New to me pistol but the price was too good to pass up and with the price of the magazines at like $25-30 a piece, the holsterholster $40-50, the Lone Wolf 40-9 (which I seen for $150) plus some free decent hollow points I think I got a free GLOCK.......LOL
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Finally made it to the range. And as much as I wanna dislike this pistol, I really can't. I shot it in 9mm form via the lone wolf barrel and it performed flawlessly. I bought a couple 31 round 9mm mags they performed without an issue. What I did think was funny is that my 1911 with 8 90gr bullets (RBCD) weighted more still than the GLOCK with 33 115 gr 9mm rounds. Not by much but still right. My 1911 is still more accurate fore me but I love the GLOCKS round capacity.

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Old 10-29-2012, 12:14 AM   #14
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Is it just me or does that look more like Gen 2 in the picture instead of Gen 3? Either way its a hell of a deal.
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No, it's just you. That's definitely a Gen3. It's got finger grooves, a rail, and 3 pins. Pretty easy to identify..
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yeah I seen the rail, but the pic to me dont look like it has the finger grooves....didn't know there was difference on the pins between gen 2 & 3
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Oh man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wish I could find a deal like that, I'd pull 255 out of my arse for that, you lucky mothe....nice man.... son of a beautiful woman.

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Grab that sucker and run, that is one heck of a deal. I paid 350 for my GLOCK 22 with just 1 magazine back around 1998.
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