Advice Needed on Purchase of Glock 33 OD

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  1. Supertuck

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    :wow: I was in a LGS today at lunch and I ran across a Glock 33 OD with 2 magazines & box for $465.00. I was very tempted. Is that a good price? Should I even consider the .357?

    If it helps, I currently have three Gen. 4's, 19, 26, & 27.
     
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    Great price if you want to add another caliber and you like OD Glocks.


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    That's a terrible deal.......<<<<where's it at again>>>> lol
     
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    You can always add a .40 barrel if the 357 sig is too hard to find.

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  5. Supertuck

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    I failed to say that the gun is USED, but in perfect condition. Is it still a good deal?
     
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    I'd make them an offer and if they didn't bite, I would still buy it. I paid 425.00 for a near perfect G33 a couple of years ago and it is one of my favorite shooters.Some Glock fans have paid stupid money for OD.
     
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    it's a good price if you want it. It's a good price if you see what people are willing to pay for OD Glocks. Personally I passed on them when I saw them because they aren't my thing.
     
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    That is a good price for an OD. You can try to talk them down, but if not, its still good! Get an aftermarket 40 or 9mm barrel if you dont want to shoot 357sig.
     
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    I own one. Great gun, great round and I like the OD color. That price is fair in todays market, probably more than fair. If I would come across one at that price I would most likely buy it for a spare.
     
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    That would be a very good price around here.
     
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    ^Same in my neck-of-the-woods.
     
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    Guys, I ended up passing today on the 33OD, but if you live in the Louisville area and you're interested in the gun, PM me and I'll tell you where was.