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1991 ? Glock 20

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by pjsaleen266, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. pjsaleen266

    pjsaleen266

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    Hey Guys need some direction: To sell or hold on to ?? Gen 1 Glock 20 circa 1991

    Ive had this gun since new and only shot it a few times (less than 100rnds). I have all paperwork , box and 2 mags . I am thinking of selling just bcause I dont use it . But I couldn't find any older ones for sale to compare prices? Are thet rare in like new condition? Help?
     
  2. arushus

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    Well, it isnt a Gen 1, it would be a Gen 2...the only Gen 1's made were the 17, 17L, 18, and a few 19's...but if you wanna sell it, then sell it! As far as prices go, you could get rid of it pretty quick at $400...
     
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  3. oceanbob

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    THIS..^^^

    Worth about 4 bills. If I bought it I would send it to GLOCK for the free upgrade. :cool:
     
  4. 10 fan

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    I have a G20 I bought in 1991, What upgrades would they do ?:cool:
     
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    Springs, and any other internal parts that are worn out or updated. It is possible they could even replace the frame with a Gen 3 frame...
     
  6. oceanbob

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    Springs and other internal parts. Someone once told me his came back with a new barrel. The older barrels didn't have as much support and the new ones. Just give them a call. I doubt they will upgrade the frame; FFLs have to be involved with that.

    Be well, Bob