Originally Posted by matt g
What's wrong with the older models? A friend has an Austrian 21 that has held up to a lot of abuse. It was one of the last Austrian pistols to be imported before the import ban.
I'm not trying to be a pain in the ass or anything, I'm just clueless when it comes to Glocks.
While doing research. I ran into a few articles where Glock had trouble out of some of their first 36's. I could be wrong, but the articles said it was due to this being the first thin Glock model and they fixed everything on the next year model. The gun I was looking to buy was one of the first models and could have issues the buyer is not telling me about.
It could also be perfect. but I am not willing to take any chances.