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No more fish gills?

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by im413, Oct 9, 2011.

  1. im413

    im413

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    Is Glock still producing this with the RTF2, or did they go back to the standard cocking serrations?

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  2. hddave

    hddave i want more!

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    No more Gills, Straight cut serrations on Rtf2 glocks. And supposidly law enforcement only.At least that's what is says on www.teamglock.com
     


  3. MorpheusGPR

    MorpheusGPR

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    That is what they say but I asked a local LEO supplier and they can't get any.
     
  4. rotjovi

    rotjovi

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    There are two 9mm Glocks at a local store here new with fish gills on the slide.
     
  5. robin303

    robin303 Helicopter Nut

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    I saw a few last month at Academy. Went there yesterday and they were gone. :sad:
     
  6. Armed-N-Ready

    Armed-N-Ready Glock Clone

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    Just curious about what city and state is local for you?
     
  7. G19NC

    G19NC

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    What store has them? Would really appreciate it..
     
  8. jay-bird

    jay-bird goin' broke

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    They come around in gun shops every now and then. I saw a G17 with fish gills at a shop in Kansas. I didn't buy it. I was looking for a G19...
     
  9. Squatcho

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    In the metro Atlanta area I still see a few G17 and G22 gills guns, but the 23s and 19s are long gone.

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