I'd be happy with that.
Last Friday went to my local pawn shop and my friend (the owner) had a NIB Glock 19 Gen 4.
It included 4 mags, mag loader, two holsters (one a Blackhawk ), Tritium sights (that sold for $99.99) four grip adapters and of course the case and all the papers. Got it for $500 OTD. Don't know much about Glocks except for what I have heard from other people. About all of that was praise for Glocks. Any comments welcome. Thanks for looking.
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I'd also say yes, it was a good/great deal (depending on your area), but I'm suspicious about the "NIB" part. Perhaps "ANIB" (as new, in box), or "like new" would be more accurate.
New-In-Box means new in every respect, and different sights may or may not run afoul of a NIB rating (some manufacturers will install various sights at the factory). However, if there is any holster wear on the slide or frame, signs that the gun has EVER been holstered/drawn, or fired (outside of the two-shot factory testfire for casings), then NIB is right out the door, in my opinion.
Still a good deal, even if lightly used, in my opinion.
"Placement is power" -- seen in an article by Stephen A. Camp
(RIP, Mr. Camp; you will be remembered, and missed)