I was discussing this Glock with them and it took me asking them four different times if they had modified the grip before finally admitting that they had shaved the finger separators down. If it takes asking that many times before they will finally admit to it, who knows what else they are hiding.
Are all the numbers matching on this Glock 23C RTF2? I saw that glue is on the front sight, is the damage on the actual sight or on the slide (if I replace the sights will the new ones require glue to hold in place? Are you willing to sell without the extra barrel and holster? Is all the original paperwork and test shells included?
Location: South Carolina
Just a dollop of glue to hold the fiber optic rod secure on the sight housing itself. It was a precaution since they have been known to come loose. If you swap the sight itself then the glue is gone. I am willing to sell without the extra barrel and holster. No paperwork or test shells, just the case. I probably have a few extra glock manuals around if you need one. I'll take a look for the test shells, but I'm 90% sure that I do not have them anymore.
After looking at one of the pictures again, I just wanted to verify what condition the rtf finish was in. I couldn't tell if it was the angle of the picture or if there was high wear on it. Also, would you be willing to use an firearm escrow service for payment (such as tradiator.com or PaySAFE.com)?
on the front of the grip, are the non-RTF areas between the finger grooves worn down or filed down? It appears that they are not sticking out as far as the typical finger separators. It also appears that the texture of the back of the grip is not typical of an RTF glock. Has there been any modifications done to the grip area?