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random
06-12-2009, 5:21 PM
I have the chance to buy a 2nd gen Glock 19 in excellent condition. The gun has never been fired by the owner who bought it new. What would be a fair price to offer? I'm thinking no more then $500. Thanks--Random

Greg-Dawg
06-12-2009, 5:24 PM
For $100 more you can get a brand new one.

I'd say $350.

domokun
06-12-2009, 5:28 PM
I'd say $450-500 for it just because it's a "used" pistol.

random
06-12-2009, 5:28 PM
For $100 more you can get a brand new one.

I'd say $350.

Yeah true but its to help a family friend out at the same time.--Random

HondaMasterTech
06-12-2009, 5:29 PM
Buy new. You know a new gun hasnt been tampered with and it comes with a warranty.

domokun
06-12-2009, 5:29 PM
Yeah true but its to help a family friend out at the same time.--Random

Why don't you just pay a lower price and then loan them the difference instead?

Greg-Dawg
06-12-2009, 5:34 PM
Yeah true but its to help a family friend out at the same time.--Random

Gotta help the family, go for it and sell it to me for $350. Hee, hee.

random
06-12-2009, 5:37 PM
Long story made short the guy has to move back to Israel to take care of his parents. I trust his word that the gun is untouched. Yesterday he gave me over 2,000 rounds of Winchester 9mm for free (not WWB either). He needs the cash to take care of his moving exspense.--Random

HondaMasterTech
06-12-2009, 5:39 PM
What if he killed someone with it...

ADAM
06-12-2009, 5:42 PM
it also depends 10 round mags or high cap rebuild kits 500 wuild be ok to help a friend

Jicko
06-12-2009, 5:44 PM
I have the chance to buy a 2nd gen Glock 19 in excellent condition. The gun has never been fired by the owner who bought it new. What would be a fair price to offer? I'm thinking no more then $500. Thanks--Random

A brand new one can be have for $397. So....

ajaffe
06-12-2009, 5:48 PM
A brand new one can be have for $397. So....

Links or locations please. Also, I have to assume that the price has no other additional costs or LEO or such affiliations correct? Because that would be silly to suggest if a standard run of the mill civilian cannot readily buy one at that price.

HondaMasterTech
06-12-2009, 5:48 PM
If its a chance to help a friend and buy a glock, go for it.

elSquid
06-12-2009, 6:04 PM
Long story made short the guy has to move back to Israel to take care of his parents. I trust his word that the gun is untouched. Yesterday he gave me over 2,000 rounds of Winchester 9mm for free (not WWB either). He needs the cash to take care of his moving exspense.--Random

Give him $800? Maybe $900?

-- Michael

CaptainGlock
06-12-2009, 6:17 PM
Links or locations please. Also, I have to assume that the price has no other additional costs or LEO or such affiliations correct? Because that would be silly to suggest if a standard run of the mill civilian cannot readily buy one at that price.

Join the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation, request a one-per-year certificate and you can buy a G19 for $398, even if you are "a standard run of the mill civilian!" :)

Jicko
06-12-2009, 6:20 PM
Links or locations please. Also, I have to assume that the price has no other additional costs or LEO or such affiliations correct? Because that would be silly to suggest if a standard run of the mill civilian cannot readily buy one at that price.

Join the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation, request a one-per-year certificate and you can buy a G19 for $398, even if you are "a standard run of the mill civilian!" :)

+1

And by participating, you have a chance to win a glock @ every match too!!

random
06-12-2009, 6:28 PM
I'm pretty sure it will come with two hi cap rebuilds if not more. But the rebuilds are no biggie to me I have a dozen or so hi caps for Glocks in my trunk o'mags (its an old Sea Captians trunk from 1880 or so). i think the $500 for it is good considering the ammo he gave me. Just thinking out loud you know. Thanks for the replys so far. --Random

tonelar
06-12-2009, 6:29 PM
If you're helping him out, $500 is fine. Considering the ammo alone was worth the $500... If he were family and really needing the bucks, I'd consider giving him $600. With that in mind, you got the gun for $100 and bought 2K of 9mm.

Plus a 2nd gen G19 is actually a nice Glock, imho.

drpatel77
06-12-2009, 6:47 PM
if u do become a member where can u buy the glock 19 for 398 ??? on their website ?? or other??? u get just 1yr membership??



Join the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation, request a one-per-year certificate and you can buy a G19 for $398, even if you are "a standard run of the mill civilian!" :)

CaptainGlock
06-12-2009, 6:58 PM
if u do become a member where can u buy the glock 19 for 398 ??? on their website ?? or other??? u get just 1yr membership??

Check the GSSF website for a list of participating LE dealers. That's the only hitch. Last time I checked the only California LE dealer participating was LC Action in San Jose--not a problem for me--but that could have changed.

cookmonsta
06-12-2009, 7:00 PM
seen glock 19s on gunbroker for under $500.

Gio
06-12-2009, 7:29 PM
Either way a 2nd Gen Glcok 19 is a great gun for the bang, $500 minimum is a good buying price considering it is going t cost you an extra $50 or so for the lock and DROS for the PPT. That ammo alone is worth that so if you believe in getting what you give then $600 might be a more fair deal. If it has hi-caps just get them as kits and hold on to them for another 2 years or so til 2A are amended in CA and then you'll be able to use them then :D

-Gio

ajaffe
06-12-2009, 8:01 PM
Join the Glock Sport Shooting Foundation, request a one-per-year certificate and you can buy a G19 for $398, even if you are "a standard run of the mill civilian!" :)

Free to join?

K5Cruiser
06-12-2009, 8:18 PM
If you're helping him out, $500 is fine. Considering the ammo alone was worth the $500... If he were family and really needing the bucks, I'd consider giving him $600. With that in mind, you got the gun for $100 and bought 2K of 9mm.

Plus a 2nd gen G19 is actually a nice Glock, imho.
:iagree: You got 2000 rounds of 9mm for free from this guy. Give him $500 for his new/unused G19 and know that you still got a smoking good deal.

Check the classifieds section on this board, as I haven't seen too many G19s being advertised for less than $500, and none of them come with 2K rounds either.

miguel
06-12-2009, 10:36 PM
imho the second gen is the best one, have fun shooting it. ask your buddy what he needs (within reason) and make your purchase. he/she sounds like a very good person. both of you will be ahead on this one.

blackfalcon
06-13-2009, 9:36 AM
GSSF is a membership affliated club. I think it is $25.00 per year, but I bought a lifetime membership five years ago. Definitely worth it as the outdoor and indoor shoots are a lot of fun. www.gssfonline.com

Greg-Dawg
06-13-2009, 9:54 AM
GSSF is a membership affliated club. I think it is $25.00 per year, but I bought a lifetime membership five years ago. Definitely worth it as the outdoor and indoor shoots are a lot of fun. www.gssfonline.com

$35 per year. Well worth it.

freshdriver
06-13-2009, 10:17 AM
Check the GSSF website for a list of participating LE dealers. That's the only hitch. Last time I checked the only California LE dealer participating was LC Action in San Jose--not a problem for me--but that could have changed.


Do you know if they will ship to a FFL for those who live in southern ca

drpatel77
06-22-2009, 3:53 PM
Do you know if they will ship to a FFL for those who live in southern ca


what are fees involved if buy from them and have shipped to local FFL???? pay tax there or in so cal???