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glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 01:55
Me and my dad plan to buy a glock 17. How much is it? Im here in manila. Thx

toxic
08-29-2005, 04:22
Originally posted by glockrecoil
Me and my dad plan to buy a glock 17. How much is it? Im here in manila. Thx

40K up

just to make sure PM Deenoh

GLOCKSTER2000
08-29-2005, 04:27
Two months ago the price of a new Glock 22 at Twinpines was 43,700 pesos. A Glock 17 may cost less. Yes, I think it is around 40,000 plus.

BULIK
08-29-2005, 04:34
last gun show,35k nlng,tumaas man yun konti lang
better PM deenoh,Im sure he can help!;)
lalo na kung BOGS!:)

9MX
08-29-2005, 05:26
si trust trade, gunshow price pa din ata. saw it last week at makatic cinema square

glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 06:03
Thanks for the reply. I thought the glock 17 is only between 25-30k.
Is there a good 9mm pistol that's durable and has an easy handling for begginers that costs only 20-30k? Thx

mikol
08-29-2005, 07:31
Originally posted by glockrecoil
Thanks for the reply. I thought the glock 17 is only between 25-30k.
Is there a good 9mm pistol that's durable and has an easy handling for begginers that costs only 20-30k? Thx
just add a bit of dough and you can get a CZ75, or a CZ85 if you are a lefty. ;f
but if your on that fixed budget, try to check the Daewoo DP-51, Tanfoglio(P9 Series)from Amrscor or their 1911 format 9mm.;f

Arpee
08-29-2005, 07:33
You can also try Taurus pistols. Taurus 915SS (in the US, this is a 911SS) was my first pistol and it was easy to field strip. If you plan to go on practical shooting, you can also take those with 5" barrels. It has a decocker and cock-and-lock feature.

Go to Trust Trade to see one. Last time I look, it was less than P30K.

nyordak17
08-29-2005, 07:34
Originally posted by glockrecoil
Is there a good 9mm pistol that's durable and has an easy handling for begginers that costs only 20-30k? Thx

Try Taurus PT92 pistols (beretta 92fs clones). not sure of the exact price but i know it's cheaper than Glocks.:)

glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 08:30
Originally posted by Arpee
You can also try Taurus pistols. Taurus 915SS (in the US, this is a 911SS) was my first pistol and it was easy to field strip. If you plan to go on practical shooting, you can also take those with 5" barrels. It has a decocker and cock-and-lock feature.

Go to Trust Trade to see one. Last time I look, it was less than P30K.

I really plan on buying a taurus like beretta but is it gun range & anti-jamming friendly?

glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 08:37
Originally posted by Arpee
You can also try Taurus pistols. Taurus 915SS (in the US, this is a 911SS) was my first pistol and it was easy to field strip. If you plan to go on practical shooting, you can also take those with 5" barrels. It has a decocker and cock-and-lock feature.

Go to Trust Trade to see one. Last time I look, it was less than P30K.

I really plan on buying a taurus like beretta but is it gun range & anti-jamming friendly

vega
08-29-2005, 08:49
Originally posted by glockrecoil
I really plan on buying a taurus like beretta but is it gun range & anti-jamming friendly
I don't own a Taurus semi-auto but I have a revolver. I can't comment on their pistols. You might want to compete someday and I haven't really seen one competing with it. You might want to do a little more research before you take the plunge. You can't really go wrong with a Glock or with an XD9 (HS2000).

vega

glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 08:56
Originally posted by vega
I don't own a Taurus semi-auto but I have a revolver. I can't comment on their pistols. You might want to compete someday and I haven't really seen one competing with it. You might want to do a little more research before you take the plunge. You can't really go wrong with a Glock or with an XD9 (HS2000).

vega

I think ill just save enough money to acquire a glock. By the way what kind of glock are commonly used in competitions and what kind of ammunition is affordable and commonly used in gun range.Thx very much.

batangueno
08-29-2005, 09:08
Originally posted by glockrecoil
I think ill just save enough money to acquire a glock. By the way what kind of glock are commonly used in competitions and what kind of ammunition is affordable and commonly used in gun range.Thx very much.
Good decision. ;f

G17 using fmj or teflon reloads.

glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 09:16
Originally posted by batangueno
Good decision. ;f

G17 using fmj or teflon reloads.

10k more and glock here I come ;z

Arpee
08-29-2005, 09:20
I used to compete in production using Taurus. ;f There are actually two of us who used Taurus. If you go to Trust Trade, there will be pictures of local shooters who use Taurus pistols and have won. :)

However, Glock is definitely a good pistol and a lot of shooters use this compared to others. As for me, I now use a CZ75 for production. My former pistol (sniff.. sniff ;e ) was bought by a friend who uses it for carry weapon and shoots every now and then in the range.
:)

glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 09:24
Originally posted by Arpee
I used to compete in production using Taurus. ;f There are actually two of us who used Taurus. If you go to Trust Trade, there will be pictures of local shooters who use Taurus pistols and have won. :)

However, Glock is definitely a good pistol and a lot of shooters use this compared to others. As for me, I now use a CZ75 for production. My former pistol (sniff.. sniff ;e ) was bought by a friend who uses it for carry weapon and shoots every now and then in the range.
:)

Can I ask how much is the CZ 75, is it cheaper than the glock 17, how much is it? Thx

Arpee
08-29-2005, 09:53
I bought my CZ75B two years ago pa (July 2003) and it was P31K excluding the license during the gunshow. You can ask PBDionisio or Hahn_Manila to get an approximate cost and compare with Glock. The cost that they will give will be cheaper on the next gunshow (first week of November 2005).

BTW, just a clarification also :) , when I said

"If you go to Trust Trade, there will be pictures of local shooters who use Taurus pistols and have won."

Hindi ako isa sa mga shooters doon. ;f I just shoot for fun.:cool:

glockrecoil
08-29-2005, 10:03
Originally posted by Arpee
I bought my CZ75B two years ago pa (July 2003) and it was P31K excluding the license during the gunshow. You can ask PBDionisio or Hahn_Manila to get an approximate cost and compare with Glock. The cost that they will give will be cheaper on the next gunshow (first week of November 2005).

BTW, just a clarification also :) , when I said

"If you go to Trust Trade, there will be pictures of local shooters who use Taurus pistols and have won."

Hindi ako isa sa mga shooters doon. ;f I just shoot for fun.:cool:

Thx for the info! Do you know where it will be held? I can't wait to buy a discounted pistol.

Arpee
08-29-2005, 19:56
If plans push thru as scheduled:

- Megamall, 5th floor, on one of their trade centers
- November 3 to 7, 2005

just saw it in one of the calendars... :)

Godd Luck ;f

darwin25
08-29-2005, 21:14
I have a Taurus PT-92 AFS that I bought from my dad as well as a Daewoo DP-51. I dont shoot the Taurus much because I find it too bulky and my DP-51 is now in semi retirement. They're both relegated now to home defense. I mostly carry my Norinco .45 and/or my S&W .22 magnum revolver.

nyordak17
08-29-2005, 23:45
Originally posted by glockrecoil
I can't wait to buy a discounted pistol.

take it easy bro! wait mo na yung gunshow... kaw din baka magsisi ka ;f kagaya ko ;f mas marami kang choices dun and discounted price pa. Good Luck! :)

toxic
08-30-2005, 01:02
For Comps Stay away from the Taurus PT111 ..OK pa yung PT 92

glockrecoil
08-30-2005, 08:35
Originally posted by toxic
For Comps Stay away from the Taurus PT111 ..OK pa yung PT 92

Thx to all who replied! I just went to PBdionisio earlier and they told me that as a begginer and as a newbie shooter I should try a CZ 75B for its reliability but its costy for a newbie like me, it costs 43k. Will it go down?? Thx

batangueno
08-30-2005, 09:29
Originally posted by glockrecoil
Thx to all who replied! I just went to PBdionisio earlier and they told me that as a begginer and as a newbie shooter I should try a CZ 75B for its reliability but its costy for a newbie like me, it costs 43k. Will it go down?? Thx
During the gunshow, yes it will.

Arpee
08-30-2005, 09:40
If you can wait till November, prices of guns will be cheaper in the gunshow compared to what is quoted now. You'll have lots of choices there.

I believe my CZ75 was approx 10-15% lower during the July 2003 gun show.

If you want to shoot production, take the 9mm. Aside from the gun, remember to eventually have a budget for bullets, holster, magazine pouch, ear/eye protector (first priority) and belt. You can ask the shooters there also. :)

Good Luck ;f

glockrecoil
08-30-2005, 16:38
Originally posted by Arpee
If you can wait till November, prices of guns will be cheaper in the gunshow compared to what is quoted now. You'll have lots of choices there.

I believe my CZ75 was approx 10-15% lower during the July 2003 gun show.

If you want to shoot production, take the 9mm. Aside from the gun, remember to eventually have a budget for bullets, holster, magazine pouch, ear/eye protector (first priority) and belt. You can ask the shooters there also. :)

Good Luck ;f

Ill just wait till november;Q more choices :)

ppts799
08-30-2005, 23:48
like what others said, stores are still selling glocks NOW at last gunshow price.

Jhutts
09-02-2005, 23:31
just bought my G17 3 months ago. 39,500 sa twin pines. Including license non-apperance.

Gun show price trust trade and twin pines - 34,020 plus license fee. pero until now twin pines is offering gun show price for glock.