Just a regular Glock.
No they dont i will give the sn a try with out the us thank you for pointing me in the right directionI think a Gen3 22 with a s/n that a has US in it is a replacement frame. Try the s/n without the US, call Smyrna and ask for info on that gun with the s/n before it was replaced. Does the barrel have US in the S/N? Does the slide?
I don't believe that is true. I had a G29 which was under a recall and the frame was replaced and came back with a new s/n ending in US on the frame but the slide and barrel were unchanged from the original s/n because they were the original parts.Glocks with seriel numbers ending in "US" were manufactured and assenbled in Austria for importation into the USA.
So any suggestions how i can find more info on it other than calling glock personally lolI don't believe that is true. I had a G29 which was under a recall and the frame was replaced with a new s/n ending in US on the frame but the slide and barrel were unchanged.
NONE of my GLOCK pistols imported into the US from Austria have US suffixed into the S/n.
No, it's not a fake. And the US does not designate a service pistol. You did notice that the barrel and slide don't have that suffix, right?And i still cant find it even without the us in the sn. Any chance it could be a fake lol.
Not worried just really curious about its history thank you thoAbout 90-seconds..........
Be sure to tell them that the frame has a US suffix but the barrel and frame do not. They will know immediately what the non-issue is about.
Don't worry so much. It's nothing.
OK... now you are wandering into things which you probably know nothing about. A better striker because it is polymer? A better guide rod?The striker looks brand new pretty much. I want to get a better striker and guide rod bc there both polymer but for 500 flat i couldn't pass it up