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Glock 27

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by FIB, Apr 2, 2012.

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  1. FIB

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    I'm in the market for an used LN Glock 27 (3rd or 4th generation only). What are the street prices I can expect? I can buy new for $ 550.00. Thanks in advance, Randy
     
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    $550 is top dollar, but they may be hard to find right now. Used 26's and 27's are not easy to find.

    The 23 may be easier to find, is small enough to carry, big enough to shoot well, or take a class with.

    The 27 is a HAND FULL at the range.

    Not knocking the 40, it is my favorite auto pistol caliber.
     
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    Not sure why you think they are hard to get? Theres app 100 of each on gunbroker alone.
    Chris
     
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