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Certified Pre-Owned Glocks

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by JaxNovice, Dec 31, 2007.

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  1. JaxNovice

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    I forgot exactly what the term is, but I am looking for a resource to buy a factory refurbished Glock 19. Does anyone know where to find one?
     
  2. NGIB

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    I'd check with CDNN, I think they had some in the latest catalog...
     
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    How much would you save going refurbished????????
     
  5. outofbattery

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    Find a decent used one and have it refurbed by Glock yourself for $45-if it needs it,but it most likely won't.
     
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    refurbish

    What will glock do when they refurbish it for 45.00????
    Will they redo the finish???
    Anything else can be done yourself.
     
  7. outofbattery

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    Glock will inspect the pistol,replace any parts that need it,refinish the slide and mail it back to you for $45-at least I don't think the price has gone up recently and you need to ask to have the refinish done.It's quite a good deal-wish SIG would refinish slides for $45...-but I decided to "refinish" my own G19 with Scotchbrite when there was more holster wear than not on the slide.Since the steel itself is treated,rusting is not a problem and I think it makes for a nicer looking Glock,not that any Glock is particularly nice looking.
     
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    Just remember when you have to overnight your gun to Glock the $45 is going to turn into $90 or so real quick. Mark
     
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    yeah i would spend that extra moey and get a new one, if you don't have the dough for that get a used one, used glocks barely used are pretty easy to find ad inexpensive. inspecting parts is a ownr leve tasks its not that hard to do . there are many factory originals out there that have well over
    20k rds through them, dfferent recoil springs but that is it, and anyoe can change that out and they are inexpensive.
     
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