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Glock 24P

Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by Wil Ufgood, Apr 8, 2009.

  1. Wil Ufgood

    Wil Ufgood GTDS #88 CLM

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    I just picked up a Glock 24P. Does anyone know how many were produced before Glock switched to the 24C designation:whistling:
     
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    Does it have a "P" stamped on it?
     

  3. Wil Ufgood

    Wil Ufgood GTDS #88 CLM

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    Just 24 on the slide compensated barrel. P is on the box.
     
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    Ahh yes. The box slipped my mind.

    What are the first 3 letters of your serial number?

    The G24 started out at "ATA" IIRC.

    The first recorded G24C in our serial number project is "ATU".

    Reason I asked about the stamping is because there are "P" models. Red trainers. I have a G22P.
     
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    Dr. Rod Millennium Member

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    How did you get the T and P models?
     
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    I have a 24P as well and was wondering what they're worth?
     
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    The G17T I found for sale online from a private individual, he obtained it from a police department.

    The G22P I picked out on my last trip to GLOCK in Smyrna and bought it there.

    My G19 Cutaway was also found for sale online from a private individual. I have no idea where he got it from.
     
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    Depends.

    For a collector, you might go to the $700 range if it is all original with it's box and other accessories. For Joe Blow that just wants a G24, he will see that he can get a new one for around the same or less than what collectors are wanting to pay. I'd say average, $500 - $650.
     
  9. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    As I recall (read: 'accuracy not guaranteed'), the first G24's could be had with or without a ported barrel, and the slides were not marked with a C or a P.

    As for the prefix ATU being a 'G24C' is concerned, I'm wondering if whoever posted it just called it that without looking at the box label as my G24P is prefix BMC and the box label shows it to be a G24P.

    [​IMG]

    We may never know how many G24P's were made before they actually started calling them G24C's.



    :patriot:
     
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    I am sure it just ment ported
     
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    Bringing back an OLD thread...

    I was looking at the barrel of my G3 24 C. The ports look absolutely identical to those on the guns which came in the tupperware cases with the 24 P label like the one above. Does anyone now whether the 24 C and the 24 P are identical other than in name or is there some difference? Thanks.
     
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    Nice buy! My 17L P is a BMD serial number.
     
  13. HappyG

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    I have a glock 24c, with the "c", on the slide.
     
  14. Butch

    Butch RetiredDinosaur CLM Millennium Member

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    But, what is the serial number prefix?
     
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    Mine has MXC, I might have misread your post. Where you saying the never put "c" on slide? Or just before your prefix, or p models?
     
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    I just picked up a Gen. 2 G24 P. SN: AUTxxx. The label on the box says Glock 24-P. It says only "24" on the slide, not 24 P or 24 C. Per the SN thread this was made in 2/94.

    I see that there is a Gen. 2 G24 C for sale on Gunbroker in a tupperware box. SN: BMD223US. The label on the box says Glock 24 - C. Interestingly, the slide marking on that gun says only "24" as well and not 24 C. Per the SN thread this was made in 7/95. The SN thread incorrectly lists this gun as a 24 and not a 24 C.

    Gen. 3 guns as can be found in any web search say 24 C on the slide.

    I just wanted to put this info out there for folks who are looking into these guns.

    Thus, there would seem to be three types of 24 P/C guns:

    -- Gen. 2 24 P which says only 24 on the slide

    -- Gen. 2 24 C which says only 24 on the slide

    -- Gen. 3 24 C which says 24 C on the slide.

    I've seen the 24-P guns mentioned in threads about "rare, collectable" Glocks. I've not seen the Gen 2 24-C guns mentioned in those threads. I wonder which one is more rare. Does anyone know? The SN thread shows more numbers for the Gen. 2 24 C than 24 P guns so I'd guess that the Ps are more rare.

    The SN thread seems to have errors with the 24 P info. It says that the ATU guns made in 3/94 were the first ported 24s but then it says that the AUT guns like mine were made in 2/94. Obviously the ATU guns were made first.
     
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    Great info. So is there a 24p or 24 that is not ported? Also, was there ever a Gen1 24? I had a gen 1 17l ported, it KB and Glock sent me a brand new gen2 17l non-ported. Just trying to gather info.

    One more question; Did Glock ever have a 40 cal, 2 pin frame?
     
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  18. glockhoarder

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    Hi,

    Sorry for any confusion.

    All of the guns that I was discussing were ported guns.

    The 24 P and the 24 C are both identically (so far as I can tell) ported. It's just the nomenclature which changed. The ported guns (i.e, Gen. 1 17L P, 24 P) were first identified by the P designation for Ported. When they started using the P designation for the red training guns (i.e,. 23 P) they changed the designation of the ported guns to C for compensated.

    In addition to the guns which I mentioned in my post there are also the regular 24s which were not ported/compensated.

    I was trying to explain that the slide markings on the Gen 2 24 P and the Gen 2 24 C guns says only 24 while the markings on the Gen 3 guns actually says 24 C. The markings on the box label for the Gen 2 P and C guns does say P and C.

    There are not Gen 1 24s. The only Gen 1 guns are 17, 17 L, 17L P and 19. You can read about the 17Ls and the extremely rare 19s on other threads.

    Hope that helps.
     
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    One other observation on these...
    It would seem that the Gen 2 24 P and C guns are absolutely identical except for the labels on the boxes. Absent the info on the label or accurate SN & corresponding model info the guns should be indistinguishable from each other.
     
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    I just traded for a gen 2 24 compensated.
    With the slide marked 24 only.
    All SN match except the frame say US at the end
    The original owner said he only shot a few mags through it. And it really looks it
    Any idea on the worth of the gun?