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Glock 22 Gen 2 Used, Law Enforcement Trade In with Glock Night Sights and 1 Factory 15 Rd Mag - Good / Very Good

Nice Lot of Police Trade In Glock 22 Gen 2 Pistols. These firearms are used and most will show some carry wear but all are in at least Good Condition with most being Very Good. Expect to see some finish rub and holster wear but certainly all are very functional nice pistols. Night Sights are original equipment and will have whatever life span is left in the tritium. Most appear to still be functioning at some level but the brightness varies from pistol to pistol so no guarantees on the actual function of the night sight capabilities. Still they are the original Glock factory steel night sights that are highly desirable as a 3 dot regardless of the remaining radiance. Each pistol comes complete with 1-15 round factory mag with some custom options upgrades available based on remaining inventory. Baseline model will be a non hand select pistol and unless otherwise noted will come with 1 mag, well wrapped, and shipped in a cardboard box.

SKU#: HGN-ULE-GL22-G2-1MAG
MPN: G22 Gen2 LE

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Maybe at $189

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Someone's making money withholding the other 2 mags.

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Got a gen 3 for same price on recoil gun works with barely any wear. They still have it too.

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Gen2's are like that awkward middle child who ended up catching a felony record and a baby at 16, all because her parents never paid attention to her.

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But she is hot, puts out and Shes 24 now.

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After seeing this deal which is good i just seen ky gun co has gen 4. 40s leo trade ins for 328. Which is even better

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Great deal. Gen 2 glocks are my favorite. I bought one of these back in early 2000s and still have it. It too was a le trade in from Missouri highway patrol. I carried it daily for years and years. Never once has it malfunctioned or jammed on me. Mine had slight holster wear on the muzzle but didnt hurt anything other than that the handgun was in awesome shape

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The preferred sidearm of Barry Soetoro

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Hang him !

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Great price....if only it weren't a 40. Does anyone even buy them anymore. Apparently not many by the price. Guarantee you won't see any 19's or 17's for 3 bills.

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Let me tell u why the .40 is amazing. You can buy yourself a cheap lonewolf .40-9mm conversion barrel for 100 dollars and a 9mm magazine and you have yourself a g17

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Yeah, who would want a gun that could shoot .40, .357 and 9mm with conversion barrels and 9mm mags?
Considering how fast these sell......a lot of people.
Gen 3's sell even faster.

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Since I don't have any .40 or .357 ammo, not me. Not to mention I don't cheap out and buy used.

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Yeah, who would want a gun that could shoot .40, .357 and 9mm with conversion barrels and 9mm mags?
Considering how fast these sell......a lot of people.
Gen 3's sell even faster.

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Exactly! The moment I bought a Polymer80 lower Lone Wolf Dist sold out of the G22 stripped stainless slides! That is all I wanted, I have a spare barrel and upper parts. Tempted to buy a used, cheap complete G22 that costs less than a new G22 upper. But then I'll be left with another lower needing an upper!

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Ordered another firearm from them almost two weeks ago. It's still in the "processing" phase. Order only if you are extremely patient....I am not.

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These prices are great, it bugs me when places sell a slide for $300-400 (gen3). I want a slide but at that price I can just buy a complete G22. But then I will have another lower frame needing a slide! Never ending!

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I've never shot a .40, might try to rent one at the range...

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The glock 40s handle really well and not much recoil. I cant really tell huge diffrence in 40 and 9mm. But sith the 40 you get major stopping power. Once i bought my first 40 i have been a fan boy of the cartridge ever since. And prefer it over any other handgun round for self defense

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I disagree the recoil from 9 to .40 on a Glock 22 is severe

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Mail to me, I'll refurbish and make sure they shoot nice before I return back to you... :P

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I'd pay the extra 30 for the gen3.

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Honestly.. $6.00 (recoil spring) and good cleaning are all that's needed!... Awesome price!

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Tempting

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they have the gen 3 too, if you missed it.
too bad theres no gunsmiths commenting regularly.. i would be curious to know what to replace and < expect to replace > on an unknown G22 that has likely been put through its paces...
i know theres a diff forum for that but im lazy and dont wanna look into it that bad... if i remember right theres at least a $13 spring that is a known heavy wear item in .40/.357 glocks...

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Maybe a recoil spring replacement and thats literally all. For 8 bucks on ebay. One thing you can count on a law enforcement trade in is its been taken care of. As the person who owned it before you depended thier life on it daily

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Using your logic, I would then add that once the cop gets rid of his gun, it’s because he cannot longer depend on it to save his/her life.

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Just send it to Glock and they'll refurb it for free.

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http://id.glock.com/ might be a good place to look for the answer.

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