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21 sf/rtf2

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by joeledwards515, May 26, 2012.

  1. Squatcho

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    The g21 short frame rtf2 isn't a very common model. Most were issued to police departments with fewer released for civilian sale. One of my local shops has a handful of new ones for sale for 599 with standard sights. Police trade ins would be worth less to most people. Some of them had a true ambidextrous mag release that can add value.

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    Last edited: May 26, 2012

  2. Firecop203

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    I saw one at a dealers table at the gun show last weekend. It was $529.00 NIB.
     
  3. 9mmdude

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    Soon what a regular glock 21sf is. Glock started making them again and Davidson's has them in stock.

    Over 99 in stock
     
    Last edited: Jun 27, 2012
  4. Solscud007

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  5. D1N0

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    No, Glock never made the 21 with gill serrations.
     
  6. tnd2

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    BNIB G21SF RTF2 Nib-X $625, w/2 13rnd mags
     
  7. madAB

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    At first they were an over-run for a department and only a few thousand were released. At that time, they were going for up to $800. Recently, Glock started producing them for the civilian market and they can be found easily and plentifully. Hence, they are worth about the same as any other G21 now.
     
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2013