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Is this a good deal on a 36?

Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by BSA70, Feb 26, 2010.

  1. BSA70

    BSA70

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    The slim Glock .45, Very clean, very little wear on the internals, Glock plastic box, 3 mags, fobus holster, and a galco ankle holster. All for $400.

    I'm not familiar with this model. Is it a good one?




    Thanks Brian
     
  2. BSA70

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    I forgot to mention, it also has night sights....

    Thanks
     

  3. Seaworm

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    I'd pick it up for $400. Not crazy about the 36, prefer the 30, but at $400 the price is right.
     
  4. The Habit

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    That's a great price. I paid $475 for my very lightly used G36 with GNS.
     
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  5. itsgottabeapit

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    That's a good price. The .45acp and 10mm models seem to have a higher resale value over the smaller calibers. I'd buy it and sell the holsters and tupperware box (if it's the old style) and buy a new glock case for it.

    I wouldn't let mine go for $400 and have been offered $450 by a few friends and turned it down with no holsters included.
     
  6. swtxtitan

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    $400 with nights sights. Thats about $150 less than most with night sights. I would have to say at $400, thats a steal. Almost, to good to be true imo.
     
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