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Oldest G17

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by Mitch_Rapp.45, Jul 23, 2009.

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  1. Who here has the lowest prefix S/N?

    Just curious really..

    I have AL07X US
    BTN dated pencil barrel
     
  2. MakeMineA10mm

    MakeMineA10mm * * * * Millennium Member Lifetime Member

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    Great topic. I don't have that early of one, but I know many GTers have NIB "AF" series G17s (first prefix imported into US, and several have used "AA" Austrian Army trade-ins. Maybe they'll come along and post some photos.
     


  3. I wouldn't mind trading my Excellent condition ALxxx pencil barrel for a AA of almost any condition. PM if interested.
     
  4. BCarver

    BCarver Millennium Member CLM

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    I have an AX ### that I acquired in 1986 at the Soldier of Fortune 3 Gun Shoot in Las Vegas. It's been shot very regular since then, for the past 23 years. This is one of the most reliable guns I have ever owned. Up until a year ago, I shot this Glock at least 20K rounds/year which means that it has had at least a half million rounds (500K) shot through it. I've won too many GSSF, IDPA and IPSC Production matches with it to count.

    I know that there maybe older models in existence here in the states but the one that I own has been a great example of the gun's dependability.

    Thanks,
    Bobby Carver
     
  5. Jimbo45

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    Neat story! Parts that broke along the way? Pictures?
     
  6. Well I only have one Glock, G17. Purchased in 1986 or 1987, just had to have one of those plastic guns. This year it became my main carry. Ser. # AS4xx made in June of 1986.
     
  7. Spitzerbullet

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    Yesterday, in a private sale, I acquired AF 14x US. It has a GTF coded pencil barrel and came in it's original labeled box with accessories and still has black parts. It's not unfired but it's close. Am I correct in thinking this is one of the first thousand Glocks imported into the US?
     
  8. MakeMineA10mm

    MakeMineA10mm * * * * Millennium Member Lifetime Member

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  9. cmcinc

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    Would love to see pics as well. Good find.
     
  10. Any interest in Selling?
    Lee
     
  11. Spitzerbullet

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    OK
  12. TW088

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    I have an AS which I believe makes it a May '86.
     
  13. Quail Fat

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    I bought a Glock 17 serial number AA223 when they first came out. I believe it was November or December of 1984. I wish I still owned the gun. All the parts including the serial number plate were all black. The gun had the adjustable sights.
     
  14. mesteve2

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    I sold mine as soon as a newer model came out!

    I do not like old guns or old people.

    I love my grand kids.

    I am not old 69 in July. If I make it.

    Ha ha ha Hell bad joke there!