These two Gen4 G19s were sent to me directly from Glock, Inc.
Their serial numbers are sequential (back-to-back), both beginning with PWP46x.
Glock installed the Factory Night Sights at my request.
These are absolutely NEW IN BOX (NIB)
Never even loaded.
They’ve been “resting quietly” in a climate-controlled safe, wrapped in moisture-proof BoreStores.
Included with each:
The standard GlockBox, Three (3) Gen4 15rnd G19 magazines, extra grip backstraps, mag loader, all the usual contents including TheBigRedLock and the original recoil spring assembly. See pictures below.
I want to sell BOTH PISTOLS TOGETHER AS A SET due to their sequential serial numbers. If YOU understand the value in that, send me a PM. The pair would be great for a husband and wife, or if you have two adult kids who need to set up home defense (or if you like BLAZIN' AWAY with a gun in each hand...:supergrin.
PRICE FOR BOTH PISTOLS TOGETHER: $1070 DELIVERED INSURED TO YOUR FFL.
Figuring $50 for delivery, that’s $510 per NIB pistol with FACTORY NIGHT SIGHTS and SEQUENTIAL SERIAL NUMBERS. Do the math.
I bought two 45ACP Glocks: G21SF and G30SF. The Glock marketing slogan at the time was “Glock Perfection” and I owned other Glocks, so I figured “What could go wrong?” I stashed the two 45s in the gun safe and didn’t even test fire them.
A while later I started reading online comments by owners of Glock 45ACP models complaining of “unusually loose” slides. SHORT VERSION OF THE STORY: My two unfired 45s exhibited a common insurmountable design problem - and after exchanging many terse emails with the head of Glock Inc’s legal department, Glock agreed to replace the two 45s with any two Glock pistols of my choosing. I don’t intend to elaborate, so please don’t ask.
I chose two Glock Gen4 G19s with night sights. I already owned several Gen3 G19s, so I figured, “What could go wrong with a Glock 19?” Glock sent me the pistols and I stuck them in the safe. A couple of months later Glock sent me a letter stating, “Uh, we need those two G19s back so we can correct an ejection problem we’re having….” Glock PERFECTION! :supergrin:
So the Glock Techs sorted out the two G19s, gave them a clean bill of health and sent them back to me. Both have the 0-3-4 recoil spring assembly and 30274 ejector, with Glock Tech's blessing. So once more I stashed them in the safe, where they've been "resting quietly."
I still carry my Gen3 G26 daily, but that one’s the only Glock I need.
If these two sell I’ll be selling off most of my NEW/unused Glock magazines for G26, G19, G17 and G18 (10rnd, 15rnd, 17rnd and 31rnd respectively).
And I still have THREE G21 MAGS FOR SALE with a FREE MAG LOADER. <---(link)
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