Glock 18 for sale

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Trench Sweeper, Apr 21, 2007.

  1. Trench Sweeper

    Trench Sweeper On the day of your birth death began stalking you

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    A buddy of mine that I E-mail back and forth to (also a gun nut) told me today that while at a gun show in Phoenix AZ he saw a Glock 18 for sale. Guy said that all NFA rules apply of course but if anyone meets these rules and is in the area that wants one...Might just be your lucky day.
     
  2. GlockMan40s&w

    GlockMan40s&w MS Glocker

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    I was under the impression that Glock would only sell the G-18 to law enforcement of the military ?
     

  3. Trench Sweeper

    Trench Sweeper On the day of your birth death began stalking you

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    Don't know I am on the other side of the world here but my buddy said they had it for sale. Maybe he was wrong... maybe not. I have no way of knowing but I know alot of people would like to have one.
     
  4. GlockMan40s&w

    GlockMan40s&w MS Glocker

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    Don't know if i could afford the ammo to shoot it, I would love to shoot one, just to say I shot one.
     
  5. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    It's not too likely, but possible......it could only be sold to another machinegun dealer or a law enforcement agency though.

    It may have been a soft air G18 too.



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  6. Reyn

    Reyn Times Up

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    If you can afford that gun the ammo wouldnt be an issue. :thumbsup:
     
  7. Los Suenos

    Los Suenos JSC

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    Could you buy a FA kit for a G17 if you have a class III?
     
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    CaliMoon2005- L

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    Why would someone a G18? Is it based on the G17 with the full auto selector?

    Why just get a G20, practice on your shot placement, just one shot is all you needs. :thumbsup:
     
  9. MARTIN FISHER

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    The Crossroads gun show includes the "Small Arms Review" qualified buyers can buy anything from a G18 to a GE electric mini-gun.

    LEO price on a select fire (Department purchase only) 9mm MP 5 was around $850.00, where a NFA transferable sears for an MP5 was around $10,000 (there was one there for about ten minutes last December I was told).

    Full auto guns are everywhere, they are just not availible to everyone.

    The G18 is not common in Arizona law enforcement, but I personally know there are agencies here who use them.

    Select fire H&K MP5's are common and M4's are becomming more common, usually supressed, which makes for a really nice entry gun.
     
  10. Warp

    Warp ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    thorn137 Walther

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    If they apply for and are approved for a Class 3 stamp for the weapon, why would one be able to purchase it? You can certainly own other automatic weapons following that procedure.

    thorn
     
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    Warp ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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    The procedure, with few exceptions, requires that the gun already be registered. This went into efefct in 1986. There is a reason some full auto guns go for well over $10,000.
     
  13. Bassman1985

    Bassman1985 NRA member

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    True. I believe there are only 3 or so transferable G18s in the US. So, take the already high market price for a transferable FA, and tack on the fact that it's basically a collectors item, and you should be in the ballpark of 20 grand. Maybe even more, who knows?
     
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    thorn137 Walther

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    Thanks for the education. I had forgetten (or didn't know) that it required the gun already be registered. :)

    thorn
     
  15. zoyter2

    zoyter2 Yeah, so what?

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    No. You cannot manufacture a new automatic firearm unless it is for mil or police.
     
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    See, when I was at the GSSF match in MO I let this armorer named Tory test fire the G17 that I was shooting. He fired off the whole mag so fast that it sounded like the G17 was on full auto. I have never heard a trigger finger work so fast. That was cool! So I would encourage you to get a trigger finger like Tory's and you won't need a G18. But I am not sure how that is done. :)
     
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    I'm sure a transferable 18 would bring far more than $20k...the going rate for a full auto AK is close to that.
     
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    The G18 would either be for LEO or MIL sale, or can be possessed as a post-86 dealer sample by a MG dealer, if he has a letter requesting a demonstration. A G18 is worth about, what, $850.

    I don't believe any pre '86 G18 (which could be possessed by a private citizen) are registered. If so, they would be worth five figures.
     
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    It may cost more for a new finger than it would to buy the Glock 18, body parts being what they are nowadays.