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G32C for $600 -- Good Deal?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by jdmvirus, Mar 17, 2012.

  1. jdmvirus

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    Hey all. I am fairly new here. I recently purchased my first glock about 1 month ago. I picked up a Gen3 G19 brand new. I love the gun but now I am searching for something a little different. I also own a .357 Colt revolver. I absolutely love the .357 round and I figured Id try to find a G32.

    The question is.. I found a Gen3 G32C with about 200 round through it and 4 - 13 round mags for $600. Is this a good deal or no?
     
  2. MoneyMaker

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  3. nastytrigger

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    I'm just checking, but you know the .357 Magnum and .357 SIG are two different rounds, correct?
     
  4. michael e

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    I paid 400 with 5 mags for my 32, it's not a C model but still to high for a used glock.
     
  5. RYNOCG201

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    Yes two completely different rounds.


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  6. jdmvirus

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    I am aware they are different. Thank you for asking. Ive done research and studies show that they are very similar in velocity at the 125 grain. But of course, the magnum will always carry the edge with higher grains
     
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  7. jdmvirus

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    Oh I forgot to include this in the post. The sale would also be coming with 200 rounds of Georgia Arms ammo
     
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    That sounds high for a used model.
     
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    Maybe offer $550 or so.
     
  10. nastytrigger

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    I'm just checking.

    It's a cool round, with a good following. Little on the expensive side, but what ammo isn't nowadays.
     
  11. jdmvirus

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    Thats very true
     
  12. 1911ES

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    Seems a little high... :dunno: I just bought a new Gen4 for $599.00 ...... :woohoo:
     
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  13. Opie 1 Kenopie

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    Too high. I can get my regular frame Glocks for $456-$500 out the door. And THAT'S in Kalifornia! Don't get ripped off. Check online prices on a NEW 32, then add in the price of your Georgia Arms ammo. I think you'll find a better deal this way. And you MIGHT not want a comp version anyway, for a whole host of reasons.
     
  14. Nooncope

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    You can find NEW for about $500-$550.

    Justed googled and a whole page came up for under $500.
     
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    Well if you are getting 4 mags not 2 mags as normally comes with Gen 3 and 200 rounds of ammo that has got to cost at least $120.00 so you could say you are paying $480.00 or so. Still a tad bit high as others have stated. Just my .02 cents.
     
  16. jdmvirus

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    That was my method of looking at it too
     
  17. Gaucho

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    Glockmeister sells the 32c for $527.00 new just for comparison.

    http://www.glockmeister.com/Glock-32-Compensated/productinfo/G32+C/

    By the way, I love my 32 and I like it not compensated as it just adds to the fun factor. A guy at the range had a 20c (10mm) and I was excited to shoot it but the compensation took the thrill out of it for me but it did mellow it out nicely.
     
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