Hello all - Looking to part ways with my very good condition Gen 3 Glock 21 .45 ACP, with the older and generally more desirable glossy slide finish. Has seen some carry duty, but finish is good, no notable wear, low round count. Has fresh Truglo TFO night sights installed, and a grip plug installed. Includes six 13-round magazines, a tan Bianchi Carrylok OWB holster with a matching single mag carrier and a somewhat worn tan double mag carrier, a brown UBG Canute IWB holster, a black basket-weave Safariland Level 3 duty holster which accepts a weapon light, and a matching black basketweave double magazine pouch. Additionally, the gun comes with a like new condition Storm Lake 10mm conversion barrel and one 10-round Glock 20 magazine. Gun & 2 mags valued at $500, night sights $50+$25 for install, grip plug $5, four extra mags $100, Carrylok $50, mag carriers $50, Canute $75 (plus skipping the 2 month wait), Safariland holster $75, basketweave mag pouch $25, $100 for the 10mm barrel, $20 for the G20 mag, for a total value of $1025. Looking for $925, and will include all six G21 mags loaded with fresh Winchester PDX1 230 grn hollow points for asking price. Not looking to sell gun without accessories at this time, prefer to move as a package. Gun is located in Klamath Falls, willing to travel a moderate distance to make a deal. While I realize many law enforcement agencies have expressed they will not enforce this stupid background check law, I do require we do a transfer legally, through an FFL. I have a dealer here in Klamath Falls that will complete a transfer for only the $10 it costs to do the background check, and if we can meet at this dealer, I will cover the $10. If a different dealer is used, any additional costs are covered by the buyer. I do travel throughout the state a fair amount, so if you're interested but not in the Klamath Falls area, don't hesitate to contact me. Got my only trade interest through another transaction, so at this time looking to sell only, no trades please. (Don't know how to change the prefix on the title, sorry for any confusion.) Thanks guys!