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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by elmer20, May 1, 2012.
That sure is one good looking revolver you have there!
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So i guess it started with two letters then three numbers
Link to the pics was added, enjoy!
[Image of Glock xxx000]
Well, I guess there can't be too darn many of these little jewels. Nice find!
Funny I was just researching my serial number to see if I should hold on to it or just go shoot as planned. Bought mine 5/14/12 and it had the serial xxx000. I can't imagine it's going to be worth much since there is a lot of combinations of xxx out there.
Question for you though... mine is the G17 Flat Dark Earth, what was yours?
Glock presented me a G38 ending in "001"
My Gen 2 19 is **085. Kinda cool I suppose.
I have a Gen4 G19 with ser# xxx000. Purchased in June 2012. I bought it for my daughter and can always tell hers from mine with the 000 ser #.
One out of every thousand should be xxx 000 and another one xxx 001 and xxx 777 ...etc.
Still, I like serial numbers that are memorable in some way.
I have one that is A0005000 that I like and one that is xx1066 (Battle of Hastings).
I am going to see if I can manage to snag a stripped .308 ar lower from a manufacturer that should be coming up on serial number xx1776. I really want that one.
My first Glock purchase was a Glock 26. Got it home...shot it...didn't realize for a little while that it was a 777.
Like you said, not really rare, but its my carry piece and my "lucky Glock." I'll never sell it. Its in my avatar currently.
I have a gen-3 G22 with a SN of VGN000...bought it on consignment at a local gun shop ( a cop friend of mine was the original owner). He shot 1 box of ammo through it and decided he wanted one with a built in laser
It still seems odd they would start a production run with 000..oh well, cool number tho.
hmmm. That looks very very very familiar. :wavey:
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.
When I got my 24 the dealer opened the case to double check it and there was that moisture pattern from the eggcrate foam and he said "this one's got a weird mark on the slide, lemme get you another one". When he said that, it made me look at the slide, and fortunately I did cause I noticed it was a 000. I said "no that ones fine, I like the s/n" he looked at me a little weird, then I showed him the "mark" he was talking about wiped right off.
Hi Glock Talk,
First post and I just bought my first Glock. Bought a Glock 30 S.N. CYC000US.
The real cool thing is my brief research shows November 1998 may have been the first month of 3rd. Generation Glock 30 production.
Could I have one of the first, if not the first, 3rd Gen. G30's?
June 07 glock 36
Gave it away at a gun show in a contest I held to raise money for college.
We had a G17 in our armory marked LCE666, no one would use that pistol.
I am also looking for SN# RLJ202, or RLJ713, CNJ625, or DAJ517 if anyone has one of them. I don't care what model, I will pay or replace with new or we can come to an agreement.