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My duty gun is a Glock 22 serial DEE - G-22 - July 1999 - 3rd Gen. - Factory Rebuilt. Yes I realize my department is cheap and bought rebuilt guns. I am getting a new one and I am able to purchase this one for $260. I'm wondering if anyone knows what the rebuild all entails. Through the course of its service life it has received numerous new parts (springs, slide releases, etc) but i would like to know what the rebuild entails.
 

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Only thing I can dig up, is its replacement of worn parts short of the frame, slide, and barrel.
 

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Revoil spring, striker spring, extractor. Not much else needed. I would replace mag springs.
 

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Cool thanks guys. I told the woman I had to have it since I spend more time with it then I do her. I just wish if I knew I would have been buying it. I would have treated it a lot better!.
 

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It is a big fat finger trying to type "recoil" spring
 

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You can call Glock if you have any concerns after you buy it. I bought a police trade in Glock many years ago. Took it to the Glock factory when I was near Smyrna and they replaced all the parts except the frame, slide and barrel. Even replaced all if my mags with new ones. Didn't cost a dime. If you have to ship yours that should be the only cost to you. Then you end up with a nice freshly rebuilt Glock at a bargain price.
 

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SSGN_Doc said:
You can call Glock if you have any concerns after you buy it. I bought a police trade in Glock many years ago. Took it to the Glock factory when I was near Smyrna and they replaced all the parts except the frame, slide and barrel. Even replaced all if my mags with new ones. Didn't cost a dime. If you have to ship yours that should be the only cost to you. Then you end up with a nice freshly rebuilt Glock at a bargain price.
I was under the impression that Glock rebuilt them once they were turned in, so they are sold as is with the option to have the parts replaced. That's not such a bad deal.
 
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