Well, I tried to spell out this whole story in it's entirety but was waaaaaaaay too long. I bought a LEO G-22 from Cabela's for $349.00 without completely tearing it down because I was assured they had all been back to Glock for inspection and refurb. I took it home and upon firing it experienced problems. I took it apart at the range and found both block pins broken in half. While the range armorer was chuckling at my naiivety and doing the inspection I should have done he also found a crack in the slide at the very left rear corner in the frame rail groove area. I called Glock and gave them the serial number. They said they had never seen it after it was built and sold, definitely had not been in for inspection. I E-mailed Cabela's with that information and a bunch of pics and they told me to bring it in. Drove two hours fuming and rehearsing how I was gonna lay into these guys when I got there and fully expecting to drive home even more furious with a broken worthless gun. Pleasant surprise! After their guy looked at it and said "Yep! it's broke!" they set two 22's from the case in front of me. One was a brand new 22 marked $479.00, and the other was another LEO, this one a virgin, unissued and unfired marked $439.00. I took the cheap one because it had the departmental engraving which made my old one so impressive to the girls in the trailer park. Walked out a half hour later and ran 200 trouble-free rounds through it the next day. Just a warning to the dummies out there like me, which I'm sure there are very few of here, to closely inspect those LEO's before you buy them! I can't really give Cabela's knocks because they made it right, but it is something to watch for.