The 17 that I bought had a lot of miles on it from holter wear as well as a fairly high round count. doesn't seem to matter though, it's a freakin' Glock. Put new guts in it and it just keeps running.Police guns are carried often, but seldom shot. Of course there is the rare occasion where the cop is a "gun person" who shoots for fun. Most cops I know are not "gun people."
Wanna talk about kicking yourself, I used to live in Smyrna, and could have walked there if I wanted (I mean it was 1/2 mile). I didn't know then that they accepted visitors until reading about it some time later, my loss.SSGN_Doc said:If you ever happen to be in Georgia, in the vicinity of Smyrna, they will go through teh gun and replace all worn parts