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    what about a glock

    ok so i went and looked around today again, and a gun shop just north of where i live has 2 glocks that came from a local police dept, traded in, i dont remeber what model but they were, but they were glocks, i like the feel of them more than the other 2 guns i have tried, i cant shoot them before hand but they feel good and the price is good, the only want $390 dollars no more than 500 rounds through them either would that be a really good price?????

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    Why not save a little more and buy new. I seen most Glocks in 9mm and .40cal for about $80 to $90 bucks more at gun shows. You'd have a brand new gun with factory warranty. Good luck.

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    It may be a good buy. Most LEO don't shoot much (the ones I knew/know).

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    Glocks will typically go tens of thousands of rounds without needing any sort of repair. I'd be perfectly content with a police trade-in Glock. All three of my Glocks were purchased used.

    Go for it. In my opinion - and I am far from alone - Glocks remain the best defensive pistols on today's market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy View Post
    Why not save a little more and buy new. I seen most Glocks in 9mm and .40cal for about $80 to $90 bucks more at gun shows. You'd have a brand new gun with factory warranty. Good luck.
    we dont get that many gun shows around my parts, maybe once a year and dont travel around to portland, OR very much. that is why i am finding them around my area and used but in good condition, like i had said they had less than 500 round through them, just enough to break them in, i went and talked with the armorer for that police dept, a few hours ago, he said maybe as few as 250 rounds.

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    Get one....you will not regret it.

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    There is no arguing about the quality of the Glock. Without a doubt one of the best defensive implements ever. I owned a police trade in, no complaints. If you are looking to replace the finish, Arizona response Systems put this baked on finish on my slide. Very impressive.
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    I'd go for it. A Glock less than $400 is worth it...but depends on the model. Most likely it maybe a Glock model 22 in .40S&W caliber.

    Let us know what you end up with.

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    I have only purchased 2 new Glocks, about 6 used. As long as the barrel, slide and frame are in good shape anything else is cheap and easy to replace. Only 31 pieces on firearm and another 5 on the magazine. One of simplicities finest examples from Gaston.
    You wont be disapointed with a used or new but the used pistols I have shot have a more solid feel (IMHO) My new pistols felt sort of spongy for the first 500-1000 rounds. I guess getting springs worn/compressed and working all moving parts.
    My 2 cents.
    Enjoy your Glock.

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    I would go for it. Thats an amazing deal compared to some of the used Glocks around here. They usually only take $50 off of retail here when its used. Unless its really used.

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    i did it and i bought it, glock 22 i love it, like they say glock perfection, i love this gun, i have put over 500 rounds thru it since i got it, i love it, thanks for the advice guys i will get some pics up when i get the time.

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    thats a great deal from everything I hear glocks are the most long lasting guns on the market

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