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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by swim615, Jan 14, 2012.
2 G19s, 1 G20, 1 G34:
That is an impressive collection of OD's. Nice
I just sold 2 NIB OD Glock 10mm, G20 and G29
miss them already.
Got lucky and walked into a local gun shop a few months ago and they had a barely used G30 in OD that JUST came in that day - they obviously didnt know what they had as I snatched it up at $500 out the door
I hate that I missed the sell. I would have given them a good home. lol
If only I would have checked the classified a few hours earlier.
i shoot all my glocks...
I would love an OD gun.. i would still shoot it.
Ive been trying to find a Glock 33 in OD for what feels like forever. I cant find it anywhere except gunbroker.
I would trade the wife to get a pair OD Glocks lol........ Just saying
Is the OD 36 Rare? I now have one.
If these prices for ODs keep climbing, I might have to consider trading my NIB OD G34 for a G24 or G17L. Hhmmmm......
I cant find any OD glocks here in Missouri. Is Glock discontinuing OD, or do I just need to look harder?
Glock discontinued them already. But don't bother looking around MO. There are none to be had... Wink wink.
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Here's one you don't see to often..
Here's something you never see.
Prices on OD Glocks are starting to rise again. Get them while you can.
Where or how did you get the OD mags?
Me want 1 or 10!!!!
Never mind I found them, or at least TAN, but $75 each? WOW
Not sure I still want 10 but may be a couple could be in my future
There was a vendor in the pole barn at Knob Creek who had them. The OD mags are very interesting, and yet far too valuable to even use. Supposedly the were made for CAG, and are the predecessor to the .40 22 round magazine.
My vote for the rarest OD Glock that was ever available to the public goes to the G30. I've never even seen one in person.
The rarest is probably the G21SF OD that was provided for the Joint Combat Pistol trials, it was the first OD model as far as I know, a Flat Dark Earth color was one of the requirements. It had a picatinny rail and ambidextrous magazine catch. Though it was never offered to the public, and I have no idea what was done with the models that were used in the JCP.
I have an OD 30 that i picked up about 4 months ago. Used, but barely. You could have passed it off for new pretty easily. I'm waiting to see just how silly the prices get, and decide whether to keep it or trade for another 19.
I have a NIB G32, and ANIB G17, still trying to decide what to do with them. I really want a G21 gen 4, and a G32 gen 4. The OD's are cool, but I prefer the gen 4 purchase, much more comfortable than gen 3's.
I have one. It was the only model of G30 available at the time (early 2009) without a significant wait. I may just sell it in the near future if these prices hold.