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Discussion in 'Glock' started by JerryM, Mar 22, 2002.
Is $477 a good price for a 22 with nite sights and three high caps? New?
If it is actually new thats a real good price. Even used that's not bad if it's in good shape. Those hi cap .40 mags are worth about $100 a piece if they don't say LE only on them. Check the sites if it's an old frame (no finger grooves or acc rails) the sites may not be glowing very brite anymore. Go for it! Great gun!
New they go for about $495 for reg sites and 10 rnd mags.
Buy it. Sound like a deal to me. I know a guy with a Glock 22 with 2 hi-cap mags and he wants around$600, and that is his "I know you so I'll cut you a deal price."
$477 with night sights, and two high cap mags! NEW??!!! BUY IT!!
I just purchased a Glock 22 here in Idaho about 2 months ago. I did a pretty good job of shopping around and I am confident I got the best price. I paid $479, fixed sights, and two 10 round mags. The price you are talking for a "new in box" gun is similar to a "Law Enforcement only".
I pick one up Monday 509 with adjustable sights
Hi cap .40 mags worth 100 bucks EACH ROFL NOT! My Glock 23 came with hi cap mags (13 rnds) ( after market are like 26-30 bucks) What rubbish :crackhead:
I just ordered several hi-cap mags for my G23 in .40 and .357Sig. they were about $20 each.
About $250 less than most places if really new. I would say a very good deal.
Has anyone noticed that the original post was from 2002!!! The high caps were worth more before the sunset of the ban (never $100), but more. Lets let this one Rest In Peace!!
LOL wow good point! ROFL. I assumed that the person posting hadn't bought hi cap mags since the ban. Guess we are the dorks for responding to a WAY out of date post.