WTT OR Glock 23 G2

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  1. All2kool

    All2kool
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    The GLOCK 23 combines compact dimensions for both open and concealed carry, with minimum weight, despite its large magazine capacity in .40 caliber. Having survived durability tests and use by U.S. Law Enforcement agencies, the G23 pistol has repeatedly demonstrated its world-class durability and reliability in even the most unfavorable conditions. That's why countless police authorities continue to adopt the GLOCK 23 as their official service pistol.

    This is ANIB. Includes 3 13-Round Magazines, plastic Glock case.

    I am moving away from 40S&W so this TRADE will include 300 Rounds of 40S&W FMJ ($120 value).

    Trades wanted: Walther PPK/S or P99, Sig Sauer 225/P6, Taurus 917C, Taurus 92C, Beretta 92 Compact. I am always open to suggestions.

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    Oooh nice! This one is the best of both worlds. No finger grooves but still two pins for the locking block.
     
  3. All2kool

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    I'm not a fan of integrated finger grooves either but a Pachmayr Grip intended for an XD fits wonderfully.

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    Pm sent
     
  5. firemedic15

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    Gen 2 Glocks = Perfection
     
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    Gone but not forgotten.
     
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