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Looking to possibly sell Glock 30

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by jgladieux, Nov 3, 2002.

  1. jgladieux

    jgladieux Sniper Kitty

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    greetings all, I bought a Glock 30 for the wife for our anniversary and it may not be right for her, she wanted a 45 but currently uses a 19. The grip may be to big for her we don't know yet she still wants to shot it some more. I wanted to find out in advance if anybody would be interested in buying it for 490.00 plus shipping, it so far has only 135 rnds of factory CCI, Federal and Winchester thru it. It is one of the models made in the time of the "Upgrade" but has not had the upgrade done to it yet...let me know...Thanks, Jay

    Moderator, please don't move.....Am not actually selling at this time
     
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    If you sell it you will regret it! That is the general concensus I get from people that seel guns. I have never sold any. If I want something else I save up for it and keep what I have.

    Just my opinion.

    Later,

    Person
     

  3. Drjones

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    Buddy, honestly, if you sell that gun, you WILL regret it at some point in time, and you will just end up buying it again.

    I have seen SO many threads about "which gun do you regret selling the most" and the like.

    Why don't YOU keep it for yourself???

    If I were you, I wouldn't sell...
     
  4. jdrobins

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    Take it from me, Personal experience keep the 30! Even though I knew better I sold a g33 for money for yet another officers model .45. I regretted selling my G33 and just went and put a 27 on layaway. (now I am in the market for a G33 barrel).

    Jim
     
  5. jgladieux

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    I bought a his and hers but she doesn't know about the his yet;f , I'm sure she will eventually get use to it but I thought I would asks around, I was going to get his and hers 36 but she didn't like the lower capacity, It's funny how she shot a 21 and had no problems, I think I'll get her some Winchester 185 Silver Tips to try she had been trying CCI 200 Gold dot and Federal Hydra-shok 230 and I had the friend shoot some Silver Tips and he said It's softer shooting out of the 3....Jay
     
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    Well, there certainly isn't anything wrong with having two of your carry guns. Honestly; if one breaks, malfunctions, needs work, etc. it would be handy to have another of the exact same gun!
     
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    Though I can't bring myself to sell a gun, I have been known to trade quite a few.

    I'm sure you'll have no trouble finding a home should things not work out with your wife and the G30.
     
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    You can never have enough guns. You will regret selling the 30. Get a 36 for her! Thats what I carry.
     
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    Sell it. And don't look back.;f
     
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    im going to buy a g30 at xmas(cant wait) what is this upgrade your talking about i asked the guy who is going to sell me the gun he had no idea
     
  11. jgladieux

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