My father in law has been working on a house for a few years, and the elderly owner gave this to him, which he in turn gave to me. It's a "Young America" Double action. The damn thing is tiny, and I believe is a .32. Pretty corroded on the other side. Based on my initial research, I believe it...
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Sootch00 got me interested in the .25 Auto world, now I own eight of the little boogers. Just wondered who else has any of these tiny instruments of destruction in their lineup?
I've been looking to buy a glock 43 but the right prices haven't came along till TODAY... Unfired Glock 43 with Ameriglo Hackathorne sights/TLR6 Streamlight with red dot/Ghost pro connector(Not...
Is 10mm really better than .357 Magnum??
I've been noticing a lot of discussion on this subject and a lot of claims as to the superior abilities of the hallowed 10mm round for use against large and dangerous wildlife. The claims that the 10mm is wholly superior to the .357 magnum inspired me to do a bit of research on the subject.
So what would be a good buy price for one?If it was complete new in box with everything it was imported with.
Since I am looking at wanting to buy one now. I am not a Glock collector, And have had many over the last 25 years. And still have a bunch But figured it would be cool to locate and buy a first model,But really have no idea to value from $500 to $1500.
From the original barrel, left to right is: Serial number "HN6xx;" next is the Austria Coat of Arms symbol (I can't identify the number in the center); 3rd is "NPv" (nitro-powder proofed); fourth in the series "VTD;" and last is the "pentagonal stamping." The left side of the slide has stamped L-R: "Big G lock;" "19;" "AUSTRIA;" "9x19." The right side is stamped Austria Coat of Arms symbol; and "NPv." On the box is additional information on two stickers--one on either end. I know someone or sometwos has information, and I will appreciate your input very much! Thanks in advance, brothers.
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