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Glock history question

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by ragged rebel flag, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. barta

    barta This is Barta!

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    Iohman,

    Why the interest in the Gen 1 Glocks after reading the book? Just curious because I carry a Glock 17 that was imported in June 1986. I keep thinking I should put it up and get a newer model to wear out on duty but it shoots way to good. I, too, attempt to scoop up any I find.

    Later
     
  2. lohman

    lohman

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    Always had an interest in Glock 17 Gen 1, even prior to the book. I guess the book just sparked something in my brain to get a few more. I have three all two digit models with black parts.
     


  3. hartmn

    hartmn

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    Read this next. It's one of the founders of the the great West & .44 Magnums...

    Out of products and can be found on Ebay and a like.

    hartmn

     
  4. Finished the book today. I'm not sure that I still want to continue to own Glocks. Not a nice individual at all.
     
  5. MakeMineA10mm

    MakeMineA10mm * * * * Millennium Member Lifetime Member

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    If we didn't own products because the developer or profiteer is/was "not nice," we'd have to get rid of over half the products in our lives. I don't like a LOT of things about Henry Ford, but I own two vehicles with the blue oval on them. The bottom line is a lot of people who get to these positions/levels get there because they had the drive and ambition to get there. Sometimes that is their only character flaw, and sometimes there are quite a few other character flaws to go along with that one. The only perfect person is the one who hasn't honestly examined themselves, if you know what I mean.
     
  6. n0leafcl0ver

    n0leafcl0ver

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    they fist made entrenching tools for the austrian military..started making pistols when the austrian government opened up for bids on a new sidearm.
     
  7. SCC

    SCC Member Me

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    that's for sure !!! :whistling: