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I think I got a deal...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by jman74, Mar 8, 2007.

  1. jman74

    jman74 Member

    Apr 29, 2006
    Finally I fell to the Glock craze. It's not my favorite by any means, but this deal presented itself and I couldn't resist. I figure I'll at least make my money back.

    Glock 22 in almost new condition. Looks like it has been handled but not fired too much if at all. With night sites, box, paperwork.
    6 mags
    3.5 lb connector new in bag
    BladeTech holster

    $350 total.
  2. gandog56

    gandog56 Active Member

    Apr 5, 2006
    Mobile, AL.
    I think I can beat that. Traded in a Ruger KP944DC 40 S&W with Crimson Trace Laser Grips, And a Ruger P85 with a stainless slide with the regular Ruger barrel and a blued slide with an EKG Firedragon match grade barrel, 10 Mags for the 40 Cal, 1 mag with the P85, a two pistol box, and the steel reloading aid for a NIB Sig Sauer P229 Bitone in .357 Sig, and a 40 S&W barrel, and some free smithing work on two of my other guns. Still have a Ruger KP89D so I didn't lose 9mm capability, and gained the .357 sig. No money exchanged hands, until I scored a set of CT laser grips for the Sig on ebay for $227.
    There was nothing wrong with the Ruger KP944DC, I just didn't like the long trigger pull. And the P85 was never that accurate, like my KP89 is.Tried the Sig out with the .357 sig, because the 40 S&W barrel is still on order. Accuracy about equal with my old KP944DC. But the Sig doesn't feel like I'm holding a brick to shoot, and trigger is waaaaaay better.:D

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