Glock .40 Police Trades

Glock .40 Police Trades

This is a discussion on Glock .40 Police Trades within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I stopped by my local pawn shop today and they had a Glock .40 cal pistol in the case. Well, the pistol had detroit police ...

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    Glock .40 Police Trades

    I stopped by my local pawn shop today and they had a Glock .40 cal pistol in the case. Well, the pistol had detroit police department on the slide and the owner said he had a couple. The owner is a certified Glock repair guy and said that he has gone through all the pistols he has. The price was 399.00. My question is should I go for this or get what I originally went to get which was an SP101. My current guns are sw revolver and a 1911. The Glock would be different for me, so any opinions would be great.
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    I would probaly spend another hundred bucks and get a new Glock 23 since you already have a S&W wheel gun. Of course you cant go wrong with a SP101 either.
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    Thought I would post a pic of both guns in question, which I happen to own. I don't think you can go wrong either way. I am a sucker for second gen glocks, but on the same hand, if you were wanting the SP101, I would go with what you originally wanted.




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    Bought one a while back.. It was $279 or so. They had price ranges depending on "use" ranged form $230 to $330 or so. Mine had holster wear but the barrel had no use marks on it that I could see. Got it from scottsdale gun club (I checked online for you and they are "out of stock"). $399 sounds waaay to much tho.

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    You can buy a 3rd gen or new one for low 400s to 450 or 475. That is way too high.
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    Glockworld has new Glock 26 for $459.00. $399.00 to much for Detroit PD trade in.
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    Thanks guys, for the input. I will sleep on this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    You can buy a 3rd gen or new one for low 400s to 450 or 475. That is way too high.
    - I agree. I don't usually buy used guns because I don't know what the previous owner did to it. Especially in this case where a new Glock is only a little bit more. Plus, I'm a big fan of the RTF2 Glock.

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    Yes, four bills is way to much on these. It should be closer to 3.
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    Yes That is two high for a used second gen Glock I can get a Third Gen Glock for that much new.

    If you want a new semi-auto look at the M&P, XD, and of course Glock. But I like your original pick SP101... Good Luck
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    i live outside detroit, and one of my locals had a gen2 glock 23 detroit pd, unissued, for $499!

    pm if you want the website. i think they do ffl transfers. think they had a couple in stock....

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    price is too high. the gun will be ok. the trade ins guns look ruff but the insides are all most new. but the price is high.
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    You didn't say what model it is (or generation), so I'm guessing it's a G22, probably Gen 2 or 3.

    Are you retired Military or PD? The price of a new Glock 22 for Mil/LEO, active or retired, is $398.

    While it's doubtful the PD pistol has seen much use (mostly holster time and qualifications), there are better deals out there. Talk him down!
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    I think aim surplus has some .40 police trades in... May want to check em out.
    There is something about firing 4,200 thirty millimeter rounds/min that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

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    Old vet...how long did you have to serve before it's considered retired?? I mean I'm retired, I'm not going back, will a DD214 suffice?

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