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Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by KY-MEDIC, Apr 22, 2006.

  1. KY-MEDIC

    KY-MEDIC

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    need a glock 35,27,and a walther ppk/s wth the ksp emblems.any help is appreciated.:alien:
     
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    The G35 and G27 are what the Troopers are currently issued, so they aren't available to the general public with the KSP markings.

    The Walthers were made available to the Troopers when they were replaced by the G27. You may be able to locate one. I know a couple of people who got theirs from Troopers who did not want to purchase them for themselves.

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    There's something very strange about that. KSP hasn't sold any of those guns, but it's possible it came from a recently retired trooper. I forwarded to link to a guy at KSP headquarters, just in case.

    I have a KSP marked 1076 and PPK/S, but they aren't for sale.
     
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    Yeah, I thought of that after I posted. KSP will allow a retiring trooper to purchase one of their duty weapons. I would say that is the case here.

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    well,i have a 1076 on the way,now need a walther.:alien:
     
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    Any more for sale out there?

    BTW...when KSP in Franlfort was e-mailed, did they reply and was this a good sale?
     
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    Yes, it was apparently a recently retired trooper's gun.
     
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    That GunsAmerica gun stated that it had a KSP serial number. I am wondering if that is a KSP issued number or if it is a Glock issued serial number like KSPxxx.

    I guess I will have to talk to "my Godfather" (a recently retired KSP trooper) and see if he can hook me up with any other retired troopers willing to part with one.:rollsmiley:
     
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