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Used Glock 22 price check

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by riddleofsteel, May 24, 2002.

  1. riddleofsteel

    riddleofsteel Pulpa est valeo

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    My local police supply has a Glock 22 with one original 14 round mag that is an LE trade in. On the out side it looks as if it has been carried in a duty holster 8 to 10 hours a day for close to a decade because it has. This ware includes various grooves, nicks, and a well worn smooth surface that only genuine carry and handling produces. On the inside it does not look as if the gun has fired over 500 to 1000 rounds. The internal surfaces including the barrel, barrel lug ect. hardly shows any wear at all. I would be suprised if the officer used it to do anything much beyond qualification.
    Trigger seems good and the slide is as tight as any Glock I have held.
    They want $349.00 plus tax. What do you guys think?;d
     
  2. eljay45

    eljay45 NRA member

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    Modern Gun Values list a G22 in very good condition for $350.00. With the price of hicap mags today I would say it is an acceptable price.
     

  3. UNA Regulator

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    The fourth generation glocks have been released onto the market with accessory rails, finger grooves, drop-free magazines, and the new cylindrical locking system. They are generally selling in the $450.00 range. The price of the police discards aren't too bad right now if you want a first generation generation Glock to shoot (never to resale without a loss), but for approximately $100.00 you could have a brand new state-of-art Glock 22.

    I predict that the price of used generation one & two Glocks will drop sharply within the next six months and that the generation 3's will sky-rocket (not everyone likes the new locking system)!


    Disclaimer: The thoughts and opinions of the UNA Regulator are not necessary the opinions of the owners of Glock Talk.


    -The UNA Regulator
     
  4. TX Justice

    TX Justice The Sarge

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    I'm not sure you could call the new 2002 Glocks "fourth generation", the only addition to all new Glocks is a round in the chamber indicator. The locking device is an add-on option like the night sights.
     
  5. Duke of Lawnchair

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    riddleofsteel,

    I'd jump on it!

    Jim
     
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    sigpro357

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    I would buy the new one also. For 100 more you can have a brand spaking new one, and then you don't have to worry about it for a long time.
     
  7. Eric

    Eric Big Giant Head Staff Member Admin Silver Member

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    One of the oldest threads on the server. I wonder how many people will read the first post and start salivating, without looking over to check the posting date?:supergrin:
     
  8. RagnarDanneskjold

    RagnarDanneskjold Senior Pirate

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    That's just mean! :rofl:
     
  9. Jade Falcon

    Jade Falcon WTF EREN?!

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    Whoa! Nicely done Eric! You had me going!

    I was looking at that going "huh? $350? How come I saw some a while back with a few extras going for almost twice that?"

    2002....wow, what an old thread!
     
  10. Eric

    Eric Big Giant Head Staff Member Admin Silver Member

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    I wonder how many p m's the OP has received?:supergrin:
     
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    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    You don't have database backups since day 1???

    Question:

    How much storage space does the GT database occupy in its current state?
     
  12. Eric

    Eric Big Giant Head Staff Member Admin Silver Member

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    No, I don't have backups since the start. I've gone through several different software titles and for the first few years, I had no idea what this place would turn into. Anyway, this is a very fluid environment and individual posts and threads aren't as important as the living community.

    Of the 21.4 million messages that have been posted here, since I started using the vBulletin software in 2001, a bit more than 12 million of them are still on the sever, although 8.1 million are not currently generally accessible. I probably have 5 or 6 million more posts in old database backups. It would be a real PITA though to reconcile all the posts, from all the places they currently reside and get them all ready to view. The backups span several years and several software versions.

    Anyway, the current server couldn't handle the load of all those posts being consolidated here and made live. Perhaps we will be able to, at some point in the future.

    Considering the size of hard drives today, the physical size of the database isn't huge, but the amount of time and computing power needed to do large data formatting/reformatting operations on tens of millions of records is formidable.
     
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    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    That is a lot of data you manage.

    Please remove any PII information you have on me



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    Eric Big Giant Head Staff Member Admin Silver Member

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    I have already passed your data on to half a dozen alphabet agencies. Frankly, I am amazed that you are still around. Maybe they have co-opted you. :shocked:
     
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    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    Eric Big Giant Head Staff Member Admin Silver Member

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    [ame]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YIPr23xyoZg[/ame]
     
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    12 years later and you can get the same gun the OP posted about for $319 now.
     
  18. Dennis in MA

    Dennis in MA Get off my lawn

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    LOL

    Of course, the guy got burned. I want to say just around ban-expiration, Mark Whatshisname had G22 trade-in's for $300 flat, shipped. Got me one of them, plus a G27 I think.
     
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    itisbruno Devious Member CLM

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    We have lost a lot of good members in the last could years.
    Some of them posted in the private forums. I would hate to see their words lost forever. I feel a lot better knowing that they are most likely still there, even if they are unaccessible.