Seller's regret stinks. Back in 2003 I had to sell my Glock 17 and 26 due to financial reasons. I kept the 19, couldn't part with that one. Back in 2006 I got rid of a 36 that I was having trouble with. At the time any 36 that I handled, the slide would jump over the slide lock every 6 or 7 racks.
Well, this past Feb I aquired a brand new 36. No problems with this one. I put on some new Glock night sights and she has ran fine for 400+ rounds. I missed carrying such a slim little .45 ACP.
Now, last week a guy that I work with asked me if there was anyone I knew who wanted to buy his 17. Hmmmmmm? How much are you asking? $150....WHAT? SOLD! Granted, it is a beat up 2nd gen and the one I sold was a beautiful 3rd. But for $150? I couldn't pass it up. I took out the old school NY1 trigger (leaf spring, instead of coil) and put in a stock trigger spring. She ran 350 rounds flawless over 2 sessions. I'm gonna give her all new springs, because she is a little old and beat up. I believe it came out in 94, because it has the 90 deg cut in the ejection port.
I can carry it all day with no problems in a Milt Sparks SS II.
Now I have to get a 26.
I know you guys like pics, but the only PC I have access to is at work right now. It wouldn't look good if pics of my Glocks were uploaded. LOL.