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Reasonable Price for New Glock 19 and used Glock 19

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by JTH, Nov 12, 2010.

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  1. JTH

    JTH Member

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    What is a fair price for a new Glock 19 and used Glock19
    I just came back from browsing at a pawn shop. They had a new Glock19 w/carrying case and a used one that showed very little wear, looked almost as good as the new one. The new one OTD was $535 including tax, is this a fair price and what should a reasonable price be for the used one? If I go in with cash in hand do you think could get the new one for around $500. When ordering a new or used weapon shipping and FFL transfer fees should be considered in my question and sales tax of 8.25% in Texas. I didn't inspect bores, when I have cash in hand and ready to deal with whoever I buy from, I will have a small LED flashlight or a bore flashlight. Thanks in advance.
    JT
     
  2. Red Cent

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    Bought my G19 'starter kit' a little over a year ago and paid approx $500. Came w/2 15rd mags and a 50rd box of American Eagle. Replaced the guide rod/spring unit w/a stainless one and had Trijicons put on.
     
  4. M1key

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    Ballpark:

    ~$500+tax new in box

    ~$400-450 used excellent


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  5. possum

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    at my local shop they are $489 + tax NIB
    $435 + tax NIB for mil (this is what i paid for mine) with NS installed for $561 OTD.

    Used ones at my local shop are about $375 + tax

    however if you go to a glock leo dealer, and you are .mil, leo, TSA and a few others you can get them for $398.20 + tax
     
  6. Old krow

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    About the same here. NIB Mil/Leo is $380.
     
  7. red rick

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    Join the GSSF for $35 dollars and you can by at LEO prices.
     
  8. smartshot

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    get a used one man, those things will last forever
     
  9. Sapper771

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    In my area, new Glocks normally go for $499 +tax (9.5%) and background check($10). Used Glocks in good condition usually go for $450. Used Glocks in fair condition usually sell for $400-$425. MIL/LEO NIB pricing is $397 for small frames and $463 for large frames.
     
  10. smartshot

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    gotcha.....so you're better off spending the extra few bucks and getting a new one. Point taken.
     
  11. Deaf Smith

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    I have a nice little pawn shop I keep my eye on.

    Glock 26, newist models, virtually no wear on them, box and spare mag for $399.

    They have other good buys now and then so I keep my eye on this shop. Most other pawn shops have smok'en crack prices on rusty guns.
     
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