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Posted: 10/11/2001 11:41:03 AM EDT
I am very impressed with the Glock family of weapons and I am considerimg getting one soon. I have a gun dealer in my town who will sell me a used (very good condition, and I liked shooting it) Glock 21 with 2lb trigger and 13 round drop free mag for $580.00. Is this a bit high? I know that the mags are going for a lot lately but how much does it cost to get a light trigger on a Glock?
Thanks.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 1:24:38 PM EDT
It sounds a little high... But hi-cap mags are about $100.00 each; so maybe it's a good deal. New 21's are about $480.00 but thats with 10 rounders. In my opion a 2 lbs. trigger is too light to carry, but if your going to compete with it it would be fine.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 1:28:26 PM EDT
It sounds a little high... But hi-cap mags are about $100.00 each; so maybe it's a good deal. New 21's are about $480.00 but thats with 10 rounders. In my opion a 2 lbs. trigger is too light to carry, but if your going to compete with it it would be fine.

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Link Posted: 10/11/2001 1:28:57 PM EDT
It sounds a little high... But hi-cap mags are about $100.00 each; so maybe it's a good deal. New 21's are about $480.00 but thats with 10 rounders. In my opion a 2 lbs. trigger is too light to carry, but if your going to compete with it it would be fine.

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Link Posted: 10/11/2001 4:37:32 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/11/2001 4:32:44 PM EDT by jvic]
And JPBECK means it. REALLY means it.

Link Posted: 10/11/2001 6:58:21 PM EDT
The Glock 21 is a great gun. My first gun, in fact.

I'll have to agree that $580 sounds a bit high for used, even with the hi-cap magazine. I haven't checked prices for a while, but my NIB G21 was only about $480, although with a 10rd magazine. That was a couple of years ago.

Check around, though.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 8:34:45 PM EDT
Go with a .40 you won't be dissapointed.

You will be happy with any Glock you choose. Good Luck.
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 9:40:09 PM EDT
I think is a pretty descent deal. The only problem I have is the the trigger is too light.
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 5:53:02 AM EDT
The trigger is very light for a carry gun. But, the good thing is, you can swap the connector out with a higher poundage model and get your trigger up a bit.

If you are going to be using it for competition, that is another story though.

The Normal Cap magazine would run you anywhere from 90.00 to 120.00 so factor that into your consideration.

The 21 is one of my favorite Glocks, you will like it.
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 12:13:30 PM EDT
I thought that i just said that 3 times... Must've been all the cough syrup and beer this morning!
Link Posted: 10/13/2001 3:54:37 AM EDT
How rigth you were, thats what I get for posting without reading .

Mea Culpa.
Link Posted: 10/15/2001 11:55:24 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/15/2001 11:49:47 AM EDT by SouthernShark]
It depends on who you are buying it from. If you are buying it from a dealer the price is way high for a used gun. If you are buying it from the guy next door, and you won't have to go through a back ground check, fill out any forms (aka register your firearm), or pay any state sales tax or S&H fees then its a fine deal.


-SS
Link Posted: 10/15/2001 2:21:31 PM EDT

I just sold a mint condition G21 with two 13 mags for $400. But I sold it to my dad and he has done a lot for me over the years. Coaching, collage tuition etc....... I guess I should give him his $400 back LOL.
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