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JustShoot
06-21-2010, 12:21 AM
I have had my glock 22RTF2 for a year now and am thinking about selling it. It is the one with the curved "gill" slits on the slide for "better grip". She has about 250 rounds out the barrel and is in perfect shape, not a blemish on her. If she was yours what price would you try and sell her for? I love this pistol but want a different piece now and dont want to have 2 different auto pistols laying around:D. I paid $560 for her with all the paperwork.

Here is a link to a picture of a 22RTF2: http://www.policemag.com/_Images/photogallery/GLOCK-22RTF2-web-2.jpg

noob_tube
06-21-2010, 12:34 AM
You can never have too many pistols laying around! lol But if you must sell it, I think $500 is a decent and realistic price.

Quiet
06-21-2010, 1:15 AM
You But if you must sell it, I think $500 is a decent and realistic price.
:iagree:

Also, keep in mind that the "gills" have been discontinued and all new production RTF2 Glocks come with the straight slide serrations.

jdg30
06-21-2010, 6:31 AM
I would not sell it for less than $500 if it is in great condition. Anything less and you might as well just keep it.

MrGuitarg1000
06-29-2010, 9:41 PM
these firearms are selling for under $500 on glockworld.com, and even cheaper on links from this site. You have a used firearm, which I don't doubt, is in prestine condition, You should keep it, and enjoy the fact that you own one of the most economical, and functional guns on the market today. Or, you can sell it at a competetive price, I saw 3 of these being sold on the commercial market earlier for $375 for the lot of them(used). So if your gun is used, why would I pay any less? I will pay $200 for it, if you really want to get rid of it, but, basically, I would suggest keeping it. They are wonderful for personal protection, and a heck of alot of fun at the range.

map
06-29-2010, 10:10 PM
I own one and was thinking of selling it too at one point. I ended up keeping it and use it as the range gun that I shoot with my friends.

cmace22
06-30-2010, 6:25 AM
Brand new Glocks can be had for under 500. Unless its a rare or not on the list I would expect to pay less then retail for a used one.

stormy_clothing
06-30-2010, 11:23 AM
buy the conversion barrels and keep it.

punisheryayarea
06-30-2010, 6:01 PM
I have one (glock 22rtf) and am not a fan of the 40s&w but I really like the 357sig out of it...... But I'm a 45 kinda guy so Im selling mine to my best friend (Glock, 357sig wolf swith barrel, 100rds SD HJ ammo, for $$$.$$) so I still get to shoot it anytime :thumbsup:

0811usmc
06-30-2010, 6:11 PM
if u plan on selling and if u are in So Cal let me know im looking for one

MarioS
06-30-2010, 8:37 PM
If it were mine, I'd probably post it up at $500 and take not a penny less than $475. You got it at a pretty decent retail price for $560 out the door.

Brand new Glocks can be had for under 500. Unless its a rare or not on the list I would expect to pay less then retail for a used one.

Only if you're a GSSF member, and that's one a year I believe. Surprisingly, there are still a lot of people that buy Glocks at retail. Or if you're LE and get LE price, but then you wouldn't even look at Glocks tagged at retail.