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Going to look at a Gen II, G20

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by MHWASH, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. MHWASH

    MHWASH

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    Anything in particular I should be on the lookout for? I'm most likely going to flip it, but I don't want to get burned.
     
  2. Look for excessive barrel wear or pitting, cracks to the frame in key stress areas and worn parts. I'd also be on the lookout for frame/slide scratches and gouges if I was trying to flip it. Though why anyone would flip a Gen2 G20 is beyond me.
     


  3. MHWASH

    MHWASH

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    Apr 8, 2010
    E. Washington
    Reason being I already have a G29, and Find the Standard frame G20 too large for my girlish hands. It's all moot though as the guy is appearently unable to read and once he heard what I was offering for trade, he passed on it.
     
  4. cablecutter

    cablecutter

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    Provo, UT
    gen 2s don't have the best case support. I wouldn't buy one for that reason.