- Nov 9, 2022
I have a first gen Glock 17 cx prefix with less than 300 rds threw it, with original bullet box and manual
I had a Gen 1 17L I sold for $1,000 about 10 years ago - in the tupperware no papers. I bought it for $150 so I thought I was doing good. It was from the second batch because it didn't have the vented barrel that were prone to cracking. I still have my very early Gen 2 19 with the desirable Austrian proof marks. Bought it new so I still have all the papers and tupperware box - but I did pull the gaudy labels off the box when I got it.In 2017 a Gen 1 Glock 17 brought $6700 at auction; others brought $2000 to $2500.
Gen 1 Glock 19s fetch $5k In some places.
The devil is in the details. Folks not familiar with a Single Six would scoff at price differences not knowing a NM is vastly different than a RSSE.
Not true. Maybe not to you.I would compare a collectable glock to a collectable remington 870 wingmaster 12 gage shotgun. There are soo many 870s out there, that even the old ones aren't worth much. Same with glocks.
I have a first gen Glock 17 cx prefix with less than 300 rds threw it, with original bullet box and manua
As someone commented, "non ported barrel prone to cracking....," for a thousand dollars.....insanity. Yes... there truly is a sucker born every moment.Not true. Maybe not to you.
...I really like no rail.
Yes, I tried selling, but got more offers for just the box, tools and manual, over $1500Is it for sale?