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Glock 25

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by black1970, Apr 2, 2013.


  1. black1970

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    Why does Glock not import their model 25 .380? Saw one today and the bid was 1700 dollars with several days left. There must be very few here.
     

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    It does not score enough points to meet ATF import criteria. Doesn't seem like Smyrna is going to be making any, either.
     

  3. black1970

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    Thanks for the info. Glock could probably sell a million of them.





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  4. MakeMineA10mm

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    I doubt it and so does Glock. The G25 is the exact same size/shape/weight and similar recoil to a Glock19, so there's no advantage to it over the 9mm. In fact 380 is more expensive and harder to find than 9mm, so why would a million of them be sold? In the grand scheme of things there are several other Glocks they could market which would be better...


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  5. im413

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    I would get one for collecting purposes only.
     
  6. DannyR

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    I agree with 10mm. A G19 sized 380 but of blowback design? No way I would want or use one. I've shot a G28 and it has the same recoil characteristics as a G26. Again, no way for me.

    The current trend in 380's is small, light, basically inexpensive. Most popular are the Ruger LCP and the S&W Bodyguard.
     
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