Sorry for the cell phone pic, but it was handy... The gun was one of the first to be tested by metro-Atlanta L/E. Note the original case. They disappeared real fast, and Glock has been trying to keep mine, every time I visit. No way! But looking at the guin the photo, you know why they wanted them back. Gun could be cased hot! Not good! Last trip up to the MotherGlock ship, the techs said aside from cosmetic blemishes, it was still good to go. They did replace all my mag springs (no charge). Just wondering if it's time for newer 17. Gen 4>?