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Old 05-01-2012, 18:23   #1
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000 serial number

Does anyone has a "000" serial number, just bought a g19 gen 2 with a "000" serial number on the slide/barrel and 000US on the frame.

*If you have the "000" serial number please post it so we can get accountability on how many on this site owns one*

Serial Number on the slide and barrel: ***000
Serial Number on the frame: ***000US
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Old 05-01-2012, 22:30   #2
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i would have thought the first # would have been 001. pretty neat, if you ask me!

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Old 05-02-2012, 03:33   #3
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Mine is not the first glock because its gen 2 but wanted to know if anyone else has the 000 on there serial number

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Old 05-02-2012, 08:29   #4
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and i would have thought s/n "000" would have been the gun reserved for long term testing by the manufacturer to prove that line/generation functioned to perfection. kinda cool to have one. in fact, never seen one.
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Old 05-02-2012, 08:32   #5
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I will post pics of my G19 gen2 with 000 serial number tonight
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Old 05-02-2012, 08:34   #6
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That's cool. I wouldn't want it though. Wouldn't want to shoot it.
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Old 05-02-2012, 08:47   #7
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It won't be a safe queen it will be one of my range gun but will buy a aftermarket barrel just to preserved the original matching barrel.
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Old 05-02-2012, 09:16   #8
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elmer, please be careful. that gun is unsafe. send me your contact info so i could send you a prepaid FedEx box with my mailing info on it. as soon as you get the box, put the gun in it and mail it to me..............................



just kidding.
seriously, congrats on your find. enjoy it.
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Old 05-02-2012, 09:19   #9
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Thanks Alcoy, I bought the G19 because I wanted a compact gen 2 for my collection but didn't noticed the s/n until I took it home and started cleaning it.
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Old 05-02-2012, 19:05   #10
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I can just imagine someone trying to run a computer check on gun number 000 and having fits with a recalcitrant computer.
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Old 05-02-2012, 19:27   #11
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I can just imagine someone trying to run a computer check on gun number 000 and having fits with a recalcitrant computer.
One would hope the field is already set as text, not numeric.
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Old 05-02-2012, 21:53   #12
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I one had a gun with the serial number 69 007. Maybe not as cool as 000 but cool enough.
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Old 05-03-2012, 12:39   #13
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I have a S&W with my three initials and serial #0001. Long story....
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I have a S&W with my three initials and serial #0001. Long story....
Did you find it that way or was that a special order. I know gun manufacturers will allow agencies special serial numbers if they buy X amount of guns. The Postal Inspection Service Sig P229's have serial numbers starting with the initials of the agency, ie. USPIS XXXX
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Old 05-03-2012, 20:02   #15
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Did you find it that way or was that a special order. I know gun manufacturers will allow agencies special serial numbers if they buy X amount of guns. The Postal Inspection Service Sig P229's have serial numbers starting with the initials of the agency, ie. USPIS XXXX
It came to me that way from the S&W factory. I had a hand in modifying NYPD handguns back in the late 80s (switched to stainless steel and all J-frames had to have full size sights on them - they all come that way now, used to have 1/10" wide sights that sucked).

Anyway, S&W was happy with me (and a few other guys from the Firearms and Tactics Section) and they sent us our revolvers as I described mine to you.

For the record, the gun has sat for the last 25 years in its mahogany case, never even opened the cylinder!

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Old 05-04-2012, 11:03   #16
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Wow, I'm jealous of one and all. A little embarased to admit that the only gun I was hoping to find was a Glock sn starting with ROW. My current gen 3 23 starts with RUT.

RUT ROW maybe funny, but what you guys have are way cool.

Glock probably doesn't even use the O because of confusion with zero's anyway. Didn't see a one on the sn posting.
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Old 05-06-2012, 00:16   #17
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It came to me that way from the S&W factory. I had a hand in modifying NYPD handguns back in the late 80s (switched to stainless steel and all J-frames had to have full size sights on them - they all come that way now, used to have 1/10" wide sights that sucked).

Anyway, S&W was happy with me (and a few other guys from the Firearms and Tactics Section) and they sent us our revolvers as I described mine to you.

For the record, the gun has sat for the last 25 years in its mahogany case, never even opened the cylinder!

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That sure is one good looking revolver you have there!
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It came to me that way from the S&W factory. I had a hand in modifying NYPD handguns back in the late 80s (switched to stainless steel and all J-frames had to have full size sights on them - they all come that way now, used to have 1/10" wide sights that sucked).

Anyway, S&W was happy with me (and a few other guys from the Firearms and Tactics Section) and they sent us our revolvers as I described mine to you.

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hmmm. That looks very very very familiar.
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Old 12-27-2012, 22:28   #19
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Glad to see other people besides myself look at unusual serial numbers. As I have said in prior posts I won an OD G17in a GSSF indoor match that started with KEN, which happens to be my name.
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Old 05-04-2012, 12:04   #20
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The serial numbers starts with 3 letters then 3 numbers so for example AAA000 to AAA999 and the next one will be AAB000 to AAB999 and so on. I'm guessing there should be a bunch of ***000 out there.
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