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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by trozau, May 8, 2010.
Dang! Gills envy. Where are you guys finding these?
Wanna kill these ads? We can help!
17's and 22's are fairly easy to find if you're patient. Some of the others, not so much.
Finally decided to register....G22 RTF2 with gills. NVZ*** Test fired on July, 2010.
I picked up a 22 RTF2 with the gills for my dad last week. $350 in the box with one box fired through it.
$350 is a great deal!
Glock 17 Gen4 & Glock 22 RTF2
Just got this Glock 22 RTF2 from my work a few days ago. $389 plus tax, LNIB. Prefix NAX.
I've got a 17 rtf2 and G23 rtf2...both with gills...both unfired...not for long though
G17 RTF2 with gills and Ameriglo night sights...
1 1/2 years old.... LNIB with all accessories.... $400 OTD...
Does anyone know if the 23C was made without the gills?
I have the twin, wished I paid what you paid.
You still found a very sought after RTF2 and got it for a good price. I just got lucky.
I've never seen one without gills.
I'll add my G2 19 to the list...ser, # NYBxxxx Unknown what the test fire date was...is there a way to find that date on-line?
Can anyone say why the gills face the wrong way? They are actually machined back wards! Hence it is harder to pull the slide back?
That's what I have always said. Visually they look better how they are but if your grip slips your hand will move away from the slide. With the gills the other way if your hand slips your hand will just go to the center of the slide.
Since so many people love the gills (myself included) Glock could make some easy money by created a limited edition version with the gills flipped 180.
That serial number puts it around 11-01-2009.
Gen 2?? RTF's were Gen 3's.
Got a full size, love it. Got the Bull Shark gill version (only a coulple of hundreds made), not the Tiger Shark. Looking for a Mako in.357sig too. :drowning:
Can you please post a picture? Thanks