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Discussion in 'Glock Collector's Club' started by DaleGribble, Sep 1, 2020.
This is pretty cool...
I just sent my rep at Lipseys an email saying I’ll take 2 as soon as he gets them....they are both sold already!
Oh wow. I’ll need to snatch one of these up.
And so it begins. Wondering what will be next? I for one like these replicas.
My bank account would appreciate them not making this kind of stuff. It would be nice to have a Gen 1 I could shoot, I am not taking my AX to the range!
I called my best guy and he said they are showing all allocated but he may be able to snag me one. But we’ll see.
Like the Colt retro ARs.
And we all said no more Gen 1s!!
Can't wait to c one!!!
The Tupperware, box, and papers make this so cool. But I guess it’s missing the Austrian military markings.
Yeah, no Military markings. They tried but it was a no go.
My GEN1 DC prefix 17 is at roughly 250,000 rounds and still going strong...
The immediate issue I see with this is the last series of tuppaware box being used.
It is obviously for a Gen 3 series.
I’m surprised by Glock not at least making the case more retro.
It seems they had a bunch of the older cases left over possibly and tossed them into those. Okay, maybe not tossed.
It just seems to go to all of the trouble to get the gun correct but not the entire package was an oversight.
After all with no accessory rail these will almost certainly be purchased by those interested in collecting. At least most.
Not nit picking simply pointing out an aspect which is very important to anyone who collects.
Possibly the sub-group of what many would call collectors of early Glocks continues to be unknown. Thusly no real voice.
I’m sure many of us can relate to seeing older Glock handguns offered for sale in the wrong boxes. It screams incomplete for me.
I noticed another seller has one listed but a rating of 1, this seller i am very familiar with and is top notch, and in the top sellers of GB...just my 2 cents.
I'd rather see Ford do that with the 1932 V8, but that's cool.
Anyone think of a time when reproductions helped the value of the originals? I think the less than NIB Gen1s just lost value probably the basic Gen1s did too.
if Glock remade molds we can expect a lot more stuff - Gaston isn’t investing that money without squeezing every ounce out of it. I wouldn’t mind seeing some commemorative pieces on this frame.
These are new molds made for this run.
I think it may effect later gen 2 stuff, but pre ban, with black internals etc can never be replaced.
I’m not worried about my AF pencil barrel loosing value but the guy whose interested in experiencing a Gen1 - why would a $700 FF series ever become $1,000 if the entry level person can by a replica Made by the manufacturer for $500-$600?
I haven’t made up my mind on what I think the long term effect on the collectible market will be and only time will tell but I’m leaning towards it devaluing the general Gen1 guns.
BTW - I’ll probably buy one just like I buy everything else Glock!
That is cool