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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by glockhoarder, Apr 23, 2020.
Several more added. The generational overlap is very interesting.
Updated with davedc's AWESOME Gen 2s!
I was taking a peek in a 1989 Armorer's Manual hoping to find some parts details and noticed the photos in the manual are actually of AT002. You can see from the photo of a photo that the cutaway is more aggressive than they eventually did on the JQ models.
Also of note is Gen1 17 JQ128 is pictured in Sandowski's book which probably means it's in the president of the GCA's collection.
My apologies for the photo quality, I didn't want to risk opening the manual all the way.
This gun was hand cut but a Glock employee whose name I've heard but can't recall. It was this which gave Gaston the idea for the CAs.
Wonder no more.. I looked for the image I saw last night.
Awesome. Well done. Thanks!!
I think that this is yet another INCREDIBLE gun that was part of Ray's collection that he sold to Glock. This included, among many others, the only 1985 AN G17 that was one of the originals imported for ATF import approval. I'm assuming that these are PBs and thus that only AN PBs. The others are in the ATF reference room in WV. I HAVE to get there someday to check this.
Breaking News: A man has been charged with attempted robbery at ATF offices. Suspect says he was "just checking" if guns held by ATF had pencil barrels.
My Gen 3 Glock 19 cutaway is serial number JQ2574.
Can't even imagine who would do that.
Glock Gen 3 Cutaway JQ2568