Glock 17: General opinions Please

This is a discussion on Glock 17: General opinions Please within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Thank you all for your time in commenting. Looks like we will do the deal. The seller is local (same town) no xfer fees etc. ...

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    Thank you all for your time in commenting. Looks like we will do the deal. The seller is local (same town) no xfer fees etc. Just a simple agreement and bill of sale. And he just wants a smaller 9mm.

    I am not a Glock guy but as, SIXTO said, I can loose the Glock easier than the PF-9. Under most circumstances..

    Again, thank you all for the input.

    Best!

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    I'll be easy to sell the 17, but you won't get $450 for it. If you want a shooter, then go for it.
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    The G17 would make a nice pistol, a little fine tuning of the trigger and your set.
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    Take the deal.

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    Go for the trade!!!
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    Go for it.

    The Glock 17 is one of the most reliable, accurate and easy to clean auto-loading pistols made. Parts/ammo/holsters are easy to find and relatively cheap. There something to be said about a design that basically hasn't changed in 20-some years. I had a 1993 Gen II and was able to sell if for $425 at a show..they hold there value.

    Good luck.

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