Glock 19 w/2 19Rd mags

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  1. graydog

    graydog
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    Very nice Glock 9mm.SOLD!THANKS!
    Hardly used at all,looks almost new.
    No box or paperwork.
    FTF cash only w/ID please:thumbup:
    I'm told those are "Austrian Proof Marks".
    $450
     
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  2. JAFO

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    Price?

    Generation?

    Have any photos?
     
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  3. pirateer2007

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    Forum rules state that WTS ads need a price.
     
  4. graydog

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    I'm having trouble getting a picture to come up and was'nt aware the ad had posted already!
    As for generation,I'm not sure,maybe the pic will answer that.
     
  5. GunBit45

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    2nd gen
     
  6. Sun195

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    Those do look like Austrian proof marks - neat & not entirely common (mine doesn't have them) on 2nd generation guns.
     
  7. jkraig

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    I am not real familiar with the Glocks, but is this model the smallest?
     
  8. pirateer2007

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    Nope, this is a compact like the 23. Then there is the sub-compact line a.k.a. the "Baby Glocks"
     
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