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plouffedaddy 12-06-2012 15:55

New RTF2 G17s?
 
I already have several of these but I've seen them for sale at several places which leads me to ask... Did Glock make another run of them?

http://www.tombstonetactical.com/cat...-17rd-fs-rtf2/

http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/p...ducts_id/60484

....and if so will the G19/23 be coming as well? Please...:supergrin:

INEEDMILK 12-06-2012 16:02

I saw the Buds ad last week. Not sure though.

Someone should call them up and ask the first 3 letters of the serial number so we can figure out if these have been sitting in a back room for 2 years.

tbone1964 12-06-2012 16:46

galleryofguns.com also has "new" trf2 glock 17's site say "99+" in stock. picture show pistol with gills

kodiakpb 12-06-2012 16:55

Wow serious?

kodiakpb 12-06-2012 17:01

I see with Gills...if new production did GLOCK retool?

INEEDMILK 12-06-2012 17:45

I will say "thank you" to the first person to call them up and ask what the serial numbers start with...

stolenphot0 12-06-2012 17:57

well they did redo the 21SFs. I would love for the 19s to come back! I would be in for at least 1.

ETA: Sent a message to Tombstone and asked on their FB page.

stolenphot0 12-06-2012 18:17

Quote:

"They are new production and they do not have the fish scale slides."

-Colton
Tombstone Tactical
There you have it

kodiakpb 12-06-2012 18:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by stolenphot0 (Post 19707549)
There you have it

There you go!

On another note they really need to correct their pic...it's misleading.

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/12/12/07/sezerusy.jpg

HEXE9 12-06-2012 18:44

Quote:

Originally Posted by stolenphot0 (Post 19707470)
well they did redo the 21SFs.

What do you mean by this statement?

It may be obvious, but I'm missing it.

stolenphot0 12-06-2012 19:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by HEXE9 (Post 19707653)
What do you mean by this statement?

It may be obvious, but I'm missing it.

Last summer they re-released the 21SF RTF2s, that originally a very limited run for a PD then got returned. Ed's Public Safety had a bunch of the turn-ins they were selling for $619 each. Then a few months later Glock shipped a bunch of new stock 21SF RTF2s and sold them for a lot cheaper.

So this could point to the 19s & 23s being released again with straight serrations.


And yes they need to update their pics so people don't think they are getting gills.

HEXE9 12-06-2012 19:05

Awesome. Thanks for the explanation. :thumbsup:

SteelLucky 12-07-2012 06:23

Waiting for a new 22 RTF2 :faint:

bithabus 12-07-2012 15:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by kodiakpb (Post 19707650)
There you go!

On another note they really need to correct their pic...it's misleading.

http://img.tapatalk.com/d/12/12/07/sezerusy.jpg


+1! I was very close to ordering one of these. Would not have been happy.

trackstar55 12-07-2012 18:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by INEEDMILK (Post 19707092)
I saw the Buds ad last week. Not sure though.

Someone should call them up and ask the first 3 letters of the serial number so we can figure out if these have been sitting in a back room for 2 years.

I called Buds tonight and spoke with a manager. He refused to provide me the first three letters of the serial number and said it was a weird request for people to want to know the serial number and that concerned him. I told him I wanted just the first three to date the pistol, not the entire serial number. I said I wanted an old stock one, not a new production.

I finally got an answer out of him and he said the first letter started with an "A" and that he wasn't even comfortable providing that. I told him I would refuse to buy from Bud's because they were not providing me the information I needed to help me decide if I wanted to buy it.

He said he was fine not selling to me.

I wonder if it starts with an "A"......if its a totally made in USA gun. I saw some pics of a Glock with a "USA" slide that had AAAA as the first four letters of the serial number

kodiakpb 12-07-2012 18:35

It wouldn't surprise me if they were US stamped. The market is beginning to be saturated with them.

stolenphot0 12-07-2012 19:06

Anyone that wants to provide a gas card, I will take a trip to Bud's Lexington store this weekend and find one in person for complete verification. :whistling:

INEEDMILK 12-07-2012 19:29

Quote:

Originally Posted by trackstar55 (Post 19710971)
I called Buds tonight and spoke with a manager. He refused to provide me the first three letters of the serial number and said it was a weird request for people to want to know the serial number and that concerned him. I told him I wanted just the first three to date the pistol, not the entire serial number. I said I wanted an old stock one, not a new production.

I finally got an answer out of him and he said the first letter started with an "A" and that he wasn't even comfortable providing that. I told him I would refuse to buy from Bud's because they were not providing me the information I needed to help me decide if I wanted to buy it.

He said he was fine not selling to me.

I wonder if it starts with an "A"......if its a totally made in USA gun. I saw some pics of a Glock with a "USA" slide that had AAAA as the first four letters of the serial number

Thanks for taking the time to do this.

Rustin 12-09-2012 04:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by stolenphot0 (Post 19711156)
Anyone that wants to provide a gas card, I will take a trip to Bud's Lexington store this weekend and find one in person for complete verification. :whistling:


Man if there was even a faint mention of a new run or old surplus of gilled 19's...:exercise:... I'm there!

Dogman 10x 12-09-2012 07:37

So what's the deal? Old new stock? Or New New stock with ****ty Gen4 insides!?


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