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Posted: 6/5/2009 12:59:51 PM EST
best place in atl? AO is right around the corner.
Link Posted: 6/5/2009 1:08:35 PM EST
400 J&L........... 489 plus tax, offer em 525 out the door and I bet they take it.
Link Posted: 6/5/2009 2:39:09 PM EST
400 is probably cheapest
Link Posted: 6/5/2009 2:47:53 PM EST
Call around. AO, Wild West, 400, just to make sure they even have one in stock with the mags and box.

AO would be more likely to have a used one, which I would get because even a heavily used G19 is pretty much $5 in parts shy of being unused.

A used one might also come with the lighter connector and night sights with years left on them, which will run you a couple hundred new installed.
Link Posted: 6/5/2009 3:11:23 PM EST
Couple hundred? Wow!
$58 installed at glock factory for my night sites!
$20 for the 3.5lb trigger pull.
And everytime I have taken one to glock they come out with some parts that the replaced for free. Not to mention its the cleanest it will ever be!

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Link Posted: 6/5/2009 3:27:25 PM EST
my condolences
Link Posted: 6/5/2009 4:05:34 PM EST
[Last Edit: 6/5/2009 4:06:06 PM EST by PaintItBlack]
Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
Couple hundred? Wow!
$58 installed at glock factory for my night sites!
$20 for the 3.5lb trigger pull.
And everytime I have taken one to glock they come out with some parts that the replaced for free. Not to mention its the cleanest it will ever be!

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I wasn't aware Glock would install the 3.5 disconnect on a pistol for you except for the G34 and G35 race guns. I thought they were pretty much purists on the parts.

I paid about $70 dealer price from Midway for Trijicon steel-framed night sights. Are the Glock OEM meps plastic or steel?

In any case it will cost you $200 to get those services done on-site while you wait at a gun shop.
Link Posted: 6/5/2009 5:34:06 PM EST
The 3.5 I did not get from glock although it was a factory glock part and I installed that part myself.

Sorry should have made that more clear.

The sites I did at the factory. They installed it while I waited in the waiting room. They even handed me some of the glock magazines to read while I waited.

You can also mail them the slide but takes a few weeks.

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Link Posted: 6/6/2009 4:35:47 AM EST
guys thanks for all the options! this has given me much to consider.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 5:02:16 AM EST
400 J and L is the cheapest. But it isn't worth burning $10 in gas round trip to save $10 on a gun. Every gun store I have seen in the ATL area is usually within $20 of each other on the Glocks. So if someone has one in stock, I would get one as long as it isn't more than $510.

Now if your friend is a member of GSSF, he can get a Glock 19 for $350 down South of the airport at a stocking LE dealer. That is worth the drive for sure to save that kind of money. But if not, stick with the places named above. I buy all my Glocks from 400 J&L and they have great prices and service everytime I go.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 5:17:56 AM EST
They are up to $400 at Ed's pawn shop in stockbridge with a GSSF membership of $35 and mags are $20 ea.

I recently bought a g-17 there and 20 mags. Good guys to deal with.

With each yearly renewal, though, you get another glock at LEO pricing.


Link Posted: 6/6/2009 5:37:24 AM EST
Originally Posted By Handydave:
They are up to $400 at Ed's pawn shop in stockbridge with a GSSF membership of $35 and mags are $20 ea.

I recently bought a g-17 there and 20 mags. Good guys to deal with.

With each yearly renewal, though, you get another glock at LEO pricing.


Do you have to join GSSF through the normal channels and request and wait for the voucher? Or can you join on the spot at Ed's and get the GSSF special price? I want a G19 but I am waiting on the new frame to come out. Since I have about 20 G19 magazines I probably should get the actual pistol. :-)

Link Posted: 6/6/2009 8:24:42 AM EST

Originally Posted By DKing:
my condolences

Amen! Friend's don't let friend's buy Glock's.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 9:09:21 AM EST
Originally Posted By M4-Stag:

Originally Posted By DKing:
my condolences

Amen! Friend's don't let friend's buy Glock's.


I sure hope you're friends have learned to ignore you when you give such "sound" advice.

Link Posted: 6/6/2009 10:22:05 AM EST
They buy M&P's with safetys and 1911's. Something with a proper grip angle.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 10:35:40 AM EST
Originally Posted By M4-Stag:
They buy M&P's with safetys and 1911's. Something with a proper grip angle.


I must admit glock is acceptable as soon as you replace:
The barrel with lone wolf
The slide and frame with ccf
The spings
The trigger, disconnector, and transfer bar
The sights
And the guide rod

Then it's "ok" but still not what I'd prefer...
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 11:06:23 AM EST
Originally Posted By matthew:
Originally Posted By Handydave:
They are up to $400 at Ed's pawn shop in stockbridge with a GSSF membership of $35 and mags are $20 ea.

I recently bought a g-17 there and 20 mags. Good guys to deal with.

With each yearly renewal, though, you get another glock at LEO pricing.


Do you have to join GSSF through the normal channels and request and wait for the voucher? Or can you join on the spot at Ed's and get the GSSF special price? I want a G19 but I am waiting on the new frame to come out. Since I have about 20 G19 magazines I probably should get the actual pistol. :-)

I forgot to mention at eds you get the discount on the spot.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 11:42:37 AM EST
Originally Posted By DKing:
Originally Posted By M4-Stag:
They buy M&P's with safetys and 1911's. Something with a proper grip angle.


I must admit glock is acceptable as soon as you replace:
The barrel with lone wolf
The slide and frame with ccf
The spings
The trigger, disconnector, and transfer bar
The sights
And the guide rod

Then it's "ok" but still not what I'd prefer...


I replaced the barrel on my G19 with a threaded Lone Wolf barrel. I also own an M&P .40C. I bought the G19 so I could shoot cheaper 9mm. The only pistol I have that I didn't enjoy shooting was a Browning Hi Power, which had a super heavy trigger pull. Sent it to a gunsmith to get a trigger job.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 3:38:54 PM EST
My first handgun was an 1989 miodel G17 I bought new and have had great luck with. I like my glock and I'm keeping it. If I was going out today to buy a pistol to replace I MIGHT go with the XD9 instead. My BIL has an HS2000 that I like and the Springfield versions are even better.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 3:58:17 PM EST
I dont like the XD's they just look ODD and seem to have a higher bore line than a Glock. If you look at a XD next to a Glock look at the height from the top of the trigger opening to the top of the slide. It looks so much greater than a Glock for some reason.
Link Posted: 6/6/2009 7:08:37 PM EST
Originally Posted By M4-Stag:
They buy M&P's with safetys and 1911's. Something with a proper grip angle.


Ah, the myth lives. What was that angular difference again?



I've also never had any of these malfunctions with my Glocks. Interesting that the reference thread is titled 1911 malfunctions. Having owned Colts, Kimbers, Springfields, and even an Ed Brown, I love a good 1911 as much as the next guy, but I'm still a realist.

The M&P is a fine handgun, albeit a fairly recent comer. My biggest beef with it is that the takedown lever gets very hot when shooting an extended session. There's also too many itty, bitty parts for my taste, like that piece of foam in the trigger spring or the nylon washers in the sear pack.
Link Posted: 6/7/2009 3:48:42 AM EST
Your failed attempt is falling on deaf ears. If I wanted something that felt like a 2x4 in my hand I'd buy a 2x4.



Hmmmm, a Kimber. And the same gun in every malfunction.

At least mine don't do this.



or this,



or this.






I've had 2 glocks, one spent more time getting fixed than it did in my holster. Glock finally gave me a new gun, I sold them all and bought M&P's with factory thumb safety's like this one.





giggle....
Link Posted: 6/7/2009 4:18:52 AM EST
Originally Posted By M4-Stag:
Your failed attempt is falling on deaf ears. If I wanted something that felt like a 2x4 in my hand I'd buy a 2x4.

http://i657.photobucket.com/albums/uu300/EarlyCuylerARFCOM/Glockssuck.jpg

Hmmmm, a Kimber. And the same gun in every malfunction.

At least mine don't do this.

http://www.pishtov.com/Glock/busted_Glock30.jpg

or this,

http://www.leverguns.com/articles/taylor/blowup_images/glock4.jpg

or this.

http://www.pishtov.com/Glock/glock_kaboom_photo.jpg


http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_8IcO1ehweFs/Rl40LchyT9I/AAAAAAAAA2o/a63GtBOPfuc/s320/Glock+20+kaboom.jpg http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee166/puffyfish50/no.jpg

I've had 2 glocks, one spent more time getting fixed than it did in my holster. Glock finally gave me a new gun, I sold them all and bought M&P's with factory thumb safety's like this one.

http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee166/puffyfish50/DSC00046.jpg

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i291/ShaneArfcom/glockv1911.jpg

giggle....


What ever happened to that bastardized 1911 that you bought ? Seems to me that someone said ....its got to go. Thing just wont cut it as a service pistol.
Link Posted: 6/7/2009 4:46:56 AM EST
Originally Posted By s30series:
i had a glock once upon a time....

one time, i was taking a poop, and the glock fell out of my IWB holster into the toilet as i was pulling down my pants....

i kinda stood there slouched over the toliet with a puzzled look in my eyes for a second, and just sat down and pooped, then flushed...

after i washed my hands, i took the gun out of the toliet with my "moon rock grabber" put it back in the case and sold it

it was a Glock 17L

and thats my experience with the Glock in the Taco Mac on chastain road in kennesaw

p.s.- i own page two


S30series says he has one for sale.....
Link Posted: 6/7/2009 7:42:40 AM EST

Originally Posted By Outsydlooknin75:
Originally Posted By M4-Stag:
Your failed attempt is falling on deaf ears. If I wanted something that felt like a 2x4 in my hand I'd buy a 2x4.

http://i657.photobucket.com/albums/uu300/EarlyCuylerARFCOM/Glockssuck.jpg

Hmmmm, a Kimber. And the same gun in every malfunction.

At least mine don't do this.

http://www.pishtov.com/Glock/busted_Glock30.jpg

or this,

http://www.leverguns.com/articles/taylor/blowup_images/glock4.jpg

or this.

http://www.pishtov.com/Glock/glock_kaboom_photo.jpg


http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_8IcO1ehweFs/Rl40LchyT9I/AAAAAAAAA2o/a63GtBOPfuc/s320/Glock+20+kaboom.jpg http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee166/puffyfish50/no.jpg

I've had 2 glocks, one spent more time getting fixed than it did in my holster. Glock finally gave me a new gun, I sold them all and bought M&P's with factory thumb safety's like this one.

http://i231.photobucket.com/albums/ee166/puffyfish50/DSC00046.jpg

http://i75.photobucket.com/albums/i291/ShaneArfcom/glockv1911.jpg

giggle....


What ever happened to that bastardized 1911 that you bought ? Seems to me that someone said ....its got to go. Thing just wont cut it as a service pistol.

Getting a throat and tune job. It's a Seecamp, not a true 1911. My 1911's run great. My M&P's are flawless.
Link Posted: 6/7/2009 7:54:36 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/7/2009 8:10:17 AM EST by ikickhippies]
Originally Posted By Outsydlooknin75:
400 J&L........... 489 plus tax, offer em 525 out the door and I bet they take it.


Actually it's 524.25 OTD. , at least that is the tax on 489.95. I'm not saying I have anything for sale, just making a mathematical certainty. As opposed to others the COC in the HTF actually [and CORECTLY] precludes me and everyone else from selling in the HTF.

1911 KB
LASD pulls M&P from Issue
Video of an S&W exploding
A Ruger revolver exploded

Bottom line shit happens. Question reloads that you didn't do yourself. Or don't use them at all. ANYTHING can break given the right circumstances. Oh, and nothing more said because evidently I don't post for a few days and it's time for the quarterly Glocks vs. everything else debate. You all go outside and play or something.

Link Posted: 6/7/2009 8:01:07 AM EST
Originally Posted By ikickhippies:
Originally Posted By Outsydlooknin75:
400 J&L........... 489 plus tax, offer em 525 out the door and I bet they take it.


Actually it's 524.25 OTD.

Oh, and nothing more said because evidently I don't post for a few days and it's time for the quarterly Glocks vs. everything else debate. You all go outside and play or something.


So, Adam what did you charge Levi OOPS I mean Marcus yesterday? LMAO
Link Posted: 6/7/2009 5:08:43 PM EST
Originally Posted By Handydave:
They are up to $400 at Ed's pawn shop in stockbridge with a GSSF membership of $35 and mags are $20 ea.

I recently bought a g-17 there and 20 mags. Good guys to deal with.

With each yearly renewal, though, you get another glock at LEO pricing.




these guy have a lot of glocks and are the leo dealer
Link Posted: 6/8/2009 10:31:22 AM EST
never, never, never buy a gun at Ed's again, ever.

they like to take your picture as a condition of sale.
Link Posted: 6/8/2009 10:54:37 AM EST
Originally Posted By 11b4v:
never, never, never buy a gun at Ed's again, ever.

they like to take your picture as a condition of sale.


So does Adventure Outdoors and nearly all pawn shops...

If they photocopy your DL they just took your picture.
Link Posted: 6/8/2009 10:55:41 AM EST
Originally Posted By 11b4v:
never, never, never buy a gun at Ed's again, ever.

they like to take your picture as a condition of sale.


I heard that a month ago. WTF is up with that. I will never spend a dime at a place that treats its customers like that. Do they take pictures of LEO too?
Link Posted: 6/8/2009 10:57:02 AM EST
Originally Posted By TAP_GA:
Originally Posted By 11b4v:
never, never, never buy a gun at Ed's again, ever.

they like to take your picture as a condition of sale.


I heard that a month ago. WTF is up with that. I will never spend a dime at a place that treats its customers like that. Do they take pictures of LEO too?


not sure if they take pics of leo but I have heard they offer departments kick backs if buying from them.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 3:25:50 PM EST
I have decided to get a Glock and was planning on going to Ed's to get it a 180 miles round trip but $30 worth of gas to save $115 is worth it. Does anyone know if I can ride up there and do the GSSF membership there and get the discount right then or do I need to apply first. I do plan on calling tomorrow just trying to go ahead and plan the trip if so.
Link Posted: 6/16/2009 3:51:07 PM EST
Originally Posted By HEATH223:
I have decided to get a Glock and was planning on going to Ed's to get it a 180 miles round trip but $30 worth of gas to save $115 is worth it. Does anyone know if I can ride up there and do the GSSF membership there and get the discount right then or do I need to apply first. I do plan on calling tomorrow just trying to go ahead and plan the trip if so.


You can get the discount on the spot when you sign up for the GSSF, you are also elidgible to take the Glock Armorers course.
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