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What are they smoking???

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by ATBackPackin, Mar 8, 2010.

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  1. ATBackPackin

    ATBackPackin Member

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    http://v2.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.asp?Item=160000812

    This is an incredible opportunity to own one of twenty only ever produced gold inlaid Glock pistols. These guns were recently imported from Glock in Austria and all bear the Austria proof marks. All will come in their original Glock box, appropriate number of mags and cleaning kit. Each gun was hand engraved by Glocks only master engraver and Gold inlaid. ***CONSEQUTIVE SERIAL NUMBERS ARE AVAILABLE*******



    Before people start accusing me of Glock bashing I would think this is ridiculous if it was an XD or M&P as well.

    Wow. Question is how many people here would be willing to pay that for that pistol? If I had that much to spend on a gun, it certainly would not be that one.

    Shawn
     
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    Those have been on various auction sites for years.
     
  4. ATBackPackin

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    I can't imagine why? :D
     
  5. CajunBass

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    Easy to see why they're one of only twenty.

    Glock HAS a master engraver? :confused:
     
  6. michiganfan

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    Now would this be a BBQ gun. LOL.
     
  7. EddieNFL

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    I've pretty much given up on Gunbroker. The last time I was there I was looking for a timer. I found the particular model I wanted and the buy now was $199. Sells for $129 direct from the manufacturer.
     
  8. dom1104

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    same here. Gunbroker is dead to me.

    I buy my stuff thru websites only.
     
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    Crack I believe is the answer you are looking for, they have to be smoking crack. $8,000????

    I really doubt Glock has anyone employed as an engraver.
     
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    I'm reminded of the phrase, "lipstick on a pig"...
     
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    Ow, my eyes!!! :what:
     
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    nice art but definitely doesn't fit the utility character of the pistol.
     
  13. grimjaw

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    Gunbroker has definitely turned into a bazaar of ridiculousness. Some guy ont there was (and still is) trying to sell a Korth for four figures. SUPER RARE.

    jm
     
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    I have some legos and gold color crayons. I wonder if I could make some money?
     
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    And they are still charging $30 to ship it.:what::what::what:
     
  17. cskny

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    Actually, someone should ask for a serial number and call glock. If there's "only one master engraver" and 20 of these, they will certainly know all about them, right?

    Be interesting to find out if they are actually real, because honestly, they don't make a lot of sense to me.
     
  18. cottonmouth

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    I'll take it, PM to follow!!!

    J.B.
     
  19. RonBernert

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    Engraved Glock, gold inlay.. Isn't the Glock crowd the wrong target market for that? Glocks are usually sold to a crowd that shoots the hell out of them.. Kinda like a Leather-upolstered 4 door pickup truck.. errr.. never mind.
     
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    The only esthetic appeal Glocks have is their 100% functional, all-business look. That thing is beyond hideous.
     
  21. WoofersInc

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    And still zero bids. Imagine that..
     
  22. Fishslayer

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    Thanks a lot. I think I just threw up in my mouth a little...:uhoh:
     
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    Does anyone see the gold inlay PAINT on the slide serrations. :what:
     
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    This comes to mind...
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    I've read that the Korth is made one a one at a time basis. http://www.korthusa.com/pistol_en.htm

    What do you do with a gun that costs $10,000? Put it in a safe and hope it will appreciate in value.
     
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