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g19 1st or 2nd gen

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by bophi, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. bophi

    bophi

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    i have a g19 sn. BWN 3xx smooth grip 1 pin , could not find this sn. in the list of dob sn.'s mine is the same as Gunlover's post #41, is this a late 1st gen. or a early 2nd. gen. thanks, the grip has been strippled and was done very nice. i love this grip, i just bought a 2nd. gen g22 that was re done by glock paid $379.00 for it at gun show this past week end, bne9xx sn. :wavey:
     
  2. cadillacguns

    cadillacguns Millennium Member

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    2nd Gen and not early at all. 2 didgit sn G-19's first aa-zz then the AAA series of serial numbers before the BAA and on down the line numbers to BWN.
     


  3. bophi

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    when did glock go to the 2nd. gen with finger grooves
     
  4. MakeMineA10mm

    MakeMineA10mm * * * * Millennium Member Lifetime Member

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    With finger grooves is 3rd Gen.

    The only original 1st-Gen. G-19s I'm aware of were a handful (I've heard 6 and I've heard 24) with serial number prefix of "DN".

    You're G-19 with the stiple job probably does look like a 1st Gen. G19, but it's a later gun with a stiple job. At this point it is a shooter, so the question is, how does it shoot and how do you like the feel of the grip with that stiple job? :cool:
     
  5. bophi

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    i like it a lot and it shoots real good and fits my hand very well.it didn't have finger grooves. it is a two pin gun i think it was like my gen. 2 g22 with the gernade grip. i like the grip of it too.i don't care for the new grip, gen 4, i would stripple mine if i had one. mine is like the post 41 gunlove.
     
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2010
  6. bophi

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    could not find sn. no. BWNxxx in the listing of year mfg. maybe around april or may of 1996. according to the listing
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2010
  7. mcwoods3

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  8. I believe there are 2-pin (trigger pin and trigger housing pin) and 3-pin (trigger pin, locking block pin, and trigger housing pin) guns. I think the third and smaller locking block pin was added above the trigger pin somewhere along the time the .40 was introduced - but don't quote me on that.

    My G19, ADTXXX is a Gen 2 - 2-pin (as above; no locking block pin).
     
  9. ohio pat

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