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CIII Glock 18 $425 ??

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Rick305, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. Rick305

    Rick305 ra1sales.com

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  2. INEEDMILK

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    it sold in 8 minutes?

    lol...
     

  3. brisk21

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    Man I'd love to have one of them. I at least want to shoot one sometime.
     
  4. Gallium

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    Police depts buy them all the time. I've shot a G18 on multiple occasions. It's really no big deal (except it's a LOT of freaking fun!!! )
     
  5. Rick305

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    Wow I didn't even know -- I could have sworn they were almost extinct , I think someone said the one on red jackets show wasn't "authentic".

    How much is a class 3 license ?
     
  6. Rick305

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    I think this is where I thought they were mostly "converted 17's" ... If you have a c3 you can convert a 17?

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11fcg543Jow"]Guy shoots himself with a Glock 18 17 Converted - YouTube[/ame]
     
  7. 1RoundEye

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    If you look carefully, the one sold went to either a Class III dealer or an LE agency. If it went to the dealer, the dealer needs to have a letter stating that it's going to be used for Demo purposes that will be submitted along with his Form4 to the ATF. The letter will need to be recertified yearly. If he every wants to get rid of it, it can only go to another dealer with such a letter and LE agency that wants it row back to GLOCK.

    Civilians even with Class III (NFA Paperwork) can only buy one from another private party. After the manufacturing ban of '86 that's the only way they can be transferred, so if a civilian owns one it was purchased privately before then which makes them few and far between. Word is that MSRP on a new one today is only $495, but since there is limited supply, the price can only go up!
     
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