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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by trozau, May 8, 2010.
Hardly fired, but no box. NAX serial. Love it!
I went through every post and only saw 3 Decatur County Sheriff Dept G22 rtf's.
Anyone else have one?
I have a like new glock 22 rtf2 with gills that i would like to trade for a 17 with gills if anyone has a extra 17
I don't think it has ever been shot. Have had it for a few years.
I have an RTF G19 with straight serrations on the slide to trade.............Looking for a G23RTF..........
Ive seen the RTF2 G19's with regular slide serrations also...
TOO FUNNY!! WHat movie is this from??
I just bought a new 21RTF from Aim Surplus, it's in-transit as I write this. From the picture, looks like straight gills. RTF's work better for me in SFl's humid climate, I don't buy them for the collector value.
I saw this NIB G17 RTF2 on gunbroker if anyone is looking.
G22 rtf2 NBM purchased new, red label.
I picked it up yesterday and it's a new 21SF RTF, straight gills. It's a Christmas present from the wife, so I'll have to wait to shoot it (boo). Nice gun.
Anyone ever get their gills machined to improve grip? basically trying to machine regular vertical serrations over the gills - sort of like a cent sign ¢
why would you do that??????
dont like the gills because i cant get as good of a grip compared to the vertical serrations.
I just picked up a very very low round count G22 RTF with night sights.
Adding it to my odd ball G23C OD
well lucky for you 99% of the Glocks made have vertical serrations
My 2 Glocks with gills.
I'm sure there are a few members here that wouldn't mind trading their "normal" slide serration glock for your rtf2 w/gills, straight up...