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PD marked gun...

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by mesteve2, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. Oh, I dunno, guys like me here.

    If that's what you are asking. :)

    What are the details?
     


  2. thomp45acp

    thomp45acp

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    Would be nice to know what kind it is or was.
     
  3. Njanear

    Njanear Nagant-ophile

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    You do realize that this thread is over 2.5 years old, right? :wavey:
     
  4. DC Handgun Info

    DC Handgun Info

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    Dear GlockTalkers:

    Does anyone specialize (if that's the word) in PD-marked Glocks as a collector? I saw some Missouri Dept. of Conservation G22s selling this month (Dec. 2011) at Summit Gun Broker online, but I'm interested in a police-dept. Glock with any special serial numbers or markings.

    Plus: If we don't read GT continuously for three years, and we develop the interest this year, how can we help but revive a moribund thread? Pumping new life, as it were, into a comatose topic is good, no?
     
  5. Njanear

    Njanear Nagant-ophile

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    Welcome to the board! :wavey:

    Of course, raising an interesting topic back for a second pass isn't a bad thing, but why revive the moribund when you have more recent threads that have covered the same topic, such as http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1390412&highlight=police+Glock. That will probably give you better feedback than raising up a thread that had its last post over 6 months ago (by me, no less), that simply informed the last poster that the thread was over 2.5 years old (as a hint that it didn't get answers way back then and thus probably wouldn't see any other action, especially since the OP hadn't posted since early 2011 anyways).

    Keep asking away though - there is a lot of good info to be found here.

    PS: I wouldn't mind grabbing an interesting PD-marked Glock for my little collection - I just haven't seen one locally that caught my fancy.