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Posted: 11/3/2009 12:52:02 PM EST
Hey guys, I got a first generation, NDF Glock 17 mag, the ones with no caliber designation because Glock only had one model of pistol (the 17), and I was wondering what these run? I saw two on Gunbroker, one for $100 and another for $60. I highly doubt this mag is worth that much but I figured I'd check since I really don't need it and would rather have another G21 mag.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 1:01:57 PM EST
About the same or less as any other used Glock mag. They have little to no collector value. Some guys stuck in states with AWB type laws might be interested in it as it is a pre-ban mag but with it not being FML or drop free, even they wouldn't find it all that appealing. I'd say $20 tops and probably only then to a guy in NY or CT?
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 1:05:09 PM EST
Originally Posted By airgunner:
About the same or less as any other used Glock mag. They have little to no collector value. Some guys stuck in states with AWB type laws might be interested in it as it is a pre-ban mag but with it not being FML or drop free, even they wouldn't find it all that appealing. I'd say $20 tops and probably only then to a guy in NY or CT?


That's exactly what I thought. I'll probably just sell it off to someone behind enemy lines who could use another 17 rounder. Thanks.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 1:48:07 PM EST
Originally Posted By airgunner:
About the same or less as any other used Glock mag. They have little to no collector value. Some guys stuck in states with AWB type laws might be interested in it as it is a pre-ban mag but with it not being FML or drop free, even they wouldn't find it all that appealing. I'd say $20 tops and probably only then to a guy in NY or CT?


CT does not restrict mag capacities.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 1:56:54 PM EST
Originally Posted By JohnnyA:
Originally Posted By airgunner:
About the same or less as any other used Glock mag. They have little to no collector value. Some guys stuck in states with AWB type laws might be interested in it as it is a pre-ban mag but with it not being FML or drop free, even they wouldn't find it all that appealing. I'd say $20 tops and probably only then to a guy in NY or CT?


CT does not restrict mag capacities.

I stand corrected. What can I say, I live in a free state so I don't keep up on what all those crazy commie states allow and don't allow!
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 2:38:32 PM EST
Originally Posted By airgunner:
Originally Posted By JohnnyA:
Originally Posted By airgunner:
About the same or less as any other used Glock mag. They have little to no collector value. Some guys stuck in states with AWB type laws might be interested in it as it is a pre-ban mag but with it not being FML or drop free, even they wouldn't find it all that appealing. I'd say $20 tops and probably only then to a guy in NY or CT?


CT does not restrict mag capacities.

I stand corrected. What can I say, I live in a free state so I don't keep up on what all those crazy commie states allow and don't allow!


If I lived in a free state I wouldn't care about CT gun laws either.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 6:31:26 PM EST
It sure as hell isn't worth that 100 or 60 you saw advertised, even if it's new in a wrapper and never been used.

They suck.

As others said, only real value would be to someone in a ban state, I guess. Even then around 20 bucks.
Link Posted: 11/3/2009 11:43:26 PM EST
Some sellers on gunbroker are retarded,so are some buyers,mostly sellers though!
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