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I'm assuming it a NOS version, i.e. New Old Stock (like they do with 55 Chevys, bring out the old jigs, tooling, etc.).Is this a relabeled P80 Glock? Everyone was confusing P80 with Polymer 80, so they should have done this from the start.
yep - you are correct 1234, I shouldn't have stated NOS, what I was trying to say was bring out old tooling, but maybe that isn't correct either, they could have just made new tooling to replicate the Gen 1 details...The newer P80 (not Polymer 80) was also a 100% factory made Glock. I doubt these are new old stock Gen 1’s from the 1980’s.
Is that the early Glock 7? The German porcelain one that doesn't show up in airport XRay machines? I hear theyre pretty expensive.In an email from Sportsmans today. Since this is not April 1, I'm guessing it's for real.
"Own a piece of history"
- Collectors Edition Overbox
- Original Style Peel Lid Box
- Gen 1 GLOCK Styling
- 100% Factory Made GLOCK
- Certificate of Authenticity Included
- 17+1 or 10+1 Round Capacity
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Yeah... "gen 1 glonk styling" would seem to indicate new mfg. New or old tooling could go either way but hardly matters. (See post #2)yep - you are correct 1234, I shouldn't have stated NOS, what I was trying to say was bring out old tooling, but maybe that isn't correct either, they could have just made new tooling to replicate the Gen 1 details...
Not at all! I like em just fine, typical EDC and own a whole bundle in various sizes... including multiples of some. I often recommend them. However, they really are just plain ol "work guns". They ain't purdy, I don't gucci them, the grips leave a bit to be desired, the triggers aren't exactly "precision", and there is absolutely no sentimenal attachment of any kind. They are simply... very good and reliable "tools" that I don't mind if they get beat up, bashed, or confiscated during the course of an investigation after a shoot.Am I the only person who actually likes Glocks on this forum?
Wouldn't mind owning one of these. I don't have a 17 yet anyway. I also wouldn't mind a Glock 38. I might just push a small child off a tall building if it meant I could get a 46.