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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by MorpheusGPR, Apr 25, 2011.

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  1. MorpheusGPR

    MorpheusGPR

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    The OD Glocks are becoming harder to find. Wish I had bought the G27 I saw at a show a few months back. Is this something that is going to become more valuable as time goes on? I like the look but Glock must be stopping production for a reason, I assume sales.
     
  2. dbh_glock

    dbh_glock NRA Life Member

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    I understand that the sales were not enough to justify production of the OD; though Glock may do large special order - if the order is large enough. That's what I've read - but not directly from Glock.

    I personally doubt that the value will increase much, if at all, we're not talking a very small amount of them made.
     

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    I think they are curiosities and won't be worth any more than black - but demand drives prices so you can never tell. Right now, there are still a few NIB online.

    I have 4 ODs, but none of them are safe-queens so they likely will never be worth more than any other Glock. Doesn't matter - I buy 'em to shoot 'em...
     
  4. MorpheusGPR

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    I have a couple now, and like the looks. I am having a hard time finding an od green G23 for some reason. One online had a buy it now of $1000!!! Thats a little bit off the wall imo.
     
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    dbh_glock NRA Life Member

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    $1K? That's nuts! I love them, but the number of $1000 Glocks is very few.

    My daughter's boy friend has a G23 OD and I really like how it looks. If I ran across one at a reasonable price I'd like to add it to my collection.
     
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    Yes it is, it went to $550 and did not meet reserve.
     
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    dbh_glock NRA Life Member

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    Yeah, there's a seller on Gunbroker with a 10th Anniversary Glock that was issued by Dynamit Nobel. Only 200 pieces were made. The problem is that this one has been fired. It's been on GB for months at a BIN of $1799. I'm sure the seller is convinced it's worth that, but the reality is something else.

    One thing I've learned collecting stuff (other than guns, but I think it applies to guns as well) is that a lot of the things you think are worth a fortune, really aren't. You've got to really, REALLY know the market to be savvy...
     
  8. BroncoAZ

    BroncoAZ Glockalfeliac

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    I recently found and purchased a NIB OD G22. I haven't fired it and don't plan to for a while. I'm trying to buy a used OD G35 locally, I'll go ahead and shoot that one since it is used. I didn't really care about the OD until they were discontinued, I can't describe the attraction but now I want them. Since I have to chop the finger grooves off the G19/23 models I'm not interested in one of those in OD.
     
  9. molanginaeda

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    Is this glock located in MA??? :whistling::whistling:

    I thought only MA charge premium for Glock. :upeyes::upeyes:
     
  10. kevin134

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    First post here. Just put my first Glock on Layaway at my local store. G21 OF with TFO sites. Store is running a 20% off sale on used guns so price was $395 smoking deal for sure. It'll be nice if the OD models gain in value but this will be a shooter all the same. Thinking about getting a G20 barrel and other parts down the road to make it a 10mm as have always wanted one of those.
     
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    I guess sooner or later everything of value becomes collectible, but IMHO this won't happen to OD Glocks for many years. That said, I do think that when the new ones are gone they will sell at a modest premium in NIB or LNIB condition, just because they have a following and aren't made any more. Personally, I like the OD feature and would be willing to spend a little more--but not a lot more--to add another to the few I already have.
     
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    I just traded my Gen 4 Glock 27 unfired for a Gen 3 Glock 19 OD green with night sights and previously fired. Both parties were happy with trade. In Houston all Glock 19s have been on the short trade list. I have a Lone Wolf 40 - 9mm Glock 27 barrel unfired left over from the trade that my son had purchased to shoot in the 27. I was not giving away as it was purchased separately from the Glock 27. The 19 had the 3.5 connector installed and Talon grip tape. This is my 2nd Glock 19 in OD Green and coincidentally obtained with a Glock 27 trade that was unfired by me that was subsequently traded for a Lew Horton SA 4" light frame 1911. The nicest thing about the OD Green is that it is somewhat rare and more distinguishable. My normal carry guns are a custom Chas Daly 3.5" 1911 or Kahr K40 or S&W 642 CT airweight. I have a Storm Lake 40-9mm longslide conversion for either of my Glock 22s.
     
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    I want a OD21 SF. Badly.
     
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    Everywhere I go in Houston the OD G32 is everywhere for the original price. Even found an OD G21 for roughly the same price as the G32. BUT I cannot find an OD G26 or OD G19 for anywhere near the price of 499.00-525.00. People are really proud of them for some crazy reason.
     
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    I bought 2 10mm od glocks and there put away for a later date....I think the OD glocks are so few in #`s it`s got to be worth a little more than black ones.....
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    ya never know...if it dont well I have 2 new 10mm`s to pass on to the the kids
     
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    Cruiser1 Still Alive

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    We have one local Glock seller that used to be the official Glock LE distributor. He has at least a dozen OD models in his case. He told me he could not sell them, no market for them here. At another gun shop they have 3 or 4 in their case that have been there from sometime last year at least. Neither one has jacked the prices up from their normal selling prices.
     
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    wow?!?!?! they went like candy bars here...does that shop have a .com address?
     
  18. Seraph

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    I could see OD Glocks becoming a distributor exclusive for a big distributor like Davidson's, RSR, Lipsey's, or Acusport.
     
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    i just picked up a 26 od for 549.00. i think thats a pretty good price right now. i had been wanting a 26 od for a while and kept setting on my hands as they were all sold. i wanted all my 9mm glocks to be od. so now i have a 17,19 and 26 all in od green. might add a 34 od later
     
  20. BroncoAZ

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    I was thinking the same about OD in one caliber and black for the other. Of the Glocks I may use in competition shooting, the G17 and G34 are black while the G22 and G35 are OD. I'd like to find OD mag plates for the .40 magazines.
     
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