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    Default LE Glock trades

    AIM has some decent deals on LE trades. $379 for a G17c and $349 for a G23. They are Gen 3 and appear to be in good shape. I know, with shipping kills some of it, but still seems ok?
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    Default Re: LE Glock trades

    The lack of sales tax helps defray the shipping cost.

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    Default Re: LE Glock trades

    what is the website for AIM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akapjr View Post
    what is the website for AIM?
    Aimsurplus.com
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    Default Re: LE Glock trades

    I bought my G23 as a used leo gun kinda directly from my local dept. Was a nice gun and in good shape. I wouldn't hesitate to get another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DucatiRon View Post
    I bought my G23 as a used leo gun kinda directly from my local dept. Was a nice gun and in good shape. I wouldn't hesitate to get another.
    Yeah, there's not a whole lot you can do to hurt a Glock, short of the dog chewing it up. Recoil, mag springs, etc need changed from time to time, but that's with any semi & it's an easy fix.
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    Default Re: LE Glock trades

    Quote Originally Posted by hooknladder View Post
    The lack of sales tax helps defray the shipping cost.
    Except there's that pesky thing in PA called "use tax" for internet purchases

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredGoon View Post
    Except there's that pesky thing in PA called "use tax" for internet purchases
    You know exactly where they can stick that tax.

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    Default Re: LE Glock trades

    Are these LEO glocks marked LEO or something? Because for like $100 more you can find a new Glock minus the holster wear. I don't get it.
    Last edited by TheRealDonJohnson; December 14th, 2014 at 08:34 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealDonJohnson View Post
    Are these LEO glocks marked LEO or something? Because for like $100 more you can find a new Glock minus the holster wear. I don't get it.
    I guess some people like to save $100 ?

    Also, I'm sure you'd see a lot more holster wear on full size service pistols like a G19 or G22. If you see a G19 or G23, it's usually a trade-in from the detective division. The detectives barely touch their guns, let alone unholster them.
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