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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by Bono1617, Sep 21, 2019.
Wow!! Sounds like there was some great stuff to be had.
Nice pickup. Lucky bastard
looks like it has all of the original internal parts
Thank you sir!!
I wouldn't be surprised if that brought close to $2000 at auction.
I never cease to be amazed at the lack of research that some gun dealers do which results in them selling guns for a fraction of their worth.
It is also a lesson to all gun owners that if they're not sure of the value of something they have research it and let your family know as well. I can only imagine how little the dealer paid for this as part of that collection.
I think the last 2 1986 manuals on ebay brought $650 each.
So I guess I did alright buying this pistol. Thank you guys for all of your input. Much appreciated!!!
I still think the manual bidders are insane, I wouldn’t hang my hat on an “established price” it is eBay after all. Meanwhile the loaders are still $65, and a steel at that.
You did great with this one.
I bought all four in a relatively short time. I had no idea that there were different generations. Mine are all "Original" glocks, and all four take down exactly the same, and the parts look alike.
So how do I tell a gen one from a gen two????
Gen 1s have the light pebbling all around the grip. Gen 2s have a checkering on the front and rear of the grip.