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Old US Glock Product Flyer

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by Coogan, Jan 9, 2010.


  1. Coogan

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    I do not know how old this is. I got it from a gunshop that I helped close after the owner passed away - he had been in business since before GCA '68. So far I have only the front and back pages scanned. The middle portion is tri-fold so I need to clip them together via software and that will take some time.

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  2. Coogan

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    Here is a later, yet still old, Glock product brochure:

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  3. Coogan

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    The forum limits me to 5 pics per post, so here is the last part of the first flyer and some crops of interesting stuff:

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    Note this is an Austrian P80 and not a commercial G17, yet they used it in the flyer:

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    Early G17, note the rear sight:

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    Early G17 field stripped, note the early non-captured recoil assembly and the magazine:

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    Early Glock patch:

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  4. Glockdude1

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    Mas Ayoob was young once!! :supergrin:
     
  5. Butch

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    Nice thread!

    I have one of those rear sights on my AF G17 too..... :)

    Can you by chance read the serial number prefix and date code on this G17 from the actual flyer?
     
  6. Coogan

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    I tried to make out the prefix but was unable to. Lots of eye candy for collectors like us though!
     
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    Very, very cool! Thanks for taking the time to share this with us.
     
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    That's pretty neat.
     
  9. glockrace

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    I have a brochure similar to the one in post #2 but it may be a little older where as it isnt as fancy and it has a price list inside:
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    I so want one of those Glock knives now...Glock 78 and 81!
     
  11. jarubla

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    Looks like SB457xx to me?

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  12. Coogan

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    SB prefix would be non-Austrian proofed 2nd Gen. Way too late for this flyer.
     
  13. jarubla

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    What is the flyer year? 88? Earlier?

    The SB is 1991ish?

    Perhaps a CH? Would fit the date and type (after a review of the Serial number research project). That first serial number sure looks like an s. Or a b.

    LOL, you did mention that you scanned it in, is the original any clearer?

    Thanks for sharing

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    is there a way you could convert that flyer to a pdf document and make it available?
     
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    1st Gen Glock 19

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