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MSims 02-02-2013 13:29

need advice on Gen 2 G23 brand new
 
For sale 389 plus tax and background check out the door $411 with Tupperware box and 2 mags and manual... But noticed has the stainless tungsten guide rod... Besides everything original... What you value this at?

UPDATE*****************
The reason I didn't buy it yet cause they are 2 /10 round mags and it will cost me almost $50 to get 1/13 round mag... So its close to $500... Thats why I'm not sure...

Mitothy 02-02-2013 14:07

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Originally Posted by MSims (Post 19941067)
For sale 389 plus tax and background check out the door $411 with Tupperware box and 2 mags and manual... But noticed has the stainless tungsten guide rod... Besides everything original... What you value this at?

Given the current market condition I would think it would easily be worth 450 assuming it is in very good condition.

bennie1986 02-02-2013 14:08

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Originally Posted by MSims (Post 19941067)
For sale 389 plus tax and background check out the door $411 with Tupperware box and 2 mags and manual... But noticed has the stainless tungsten guide rod... Besides everything original... What you value this at?

Buddy of mine just got one like this.for $450 without the ss guide rod. Get it!

vmann 02-02-2013 14:26

if its brand new, why does it have a stainless guide rod

BuckyP 02-02-2013 14:29

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Originally Posted by vmann (Post 19941286)
if its brand new, why does it have a stainless guide rod

Yeah. That's what I was wondering. However, even really good condition (not new), that is a good price in this market. If you want to make it original, the recoil spring assembly isn't much $$.

MikeG36 02-02-2013 14:38

I was thinking the same thing.

clarkz71 02-02-2013 17:01

Buy it now.

Castello Dunhill 02-02-2013 18:10

Yep, I would buy that one.

gtalum1996 02-03-2013 01:16

That's a no brainer...Buy it now :)

wirenut 02-03-2013 02:58

Sounds like a good deal

cadillacguns 02-03-2013 04:16

You can replace the aftermarket part cheap if you want, a good 2 gen with mags is worth the asking price. WHAT ?!? You haven'yt bought it yet? Let everyone know where its at and somebody will snatch it up!

fortheboys 02-03-2013 06:58

Did you check to see if any other mods were done to it?
Break down the weapon at the store and inspect it real good.
If all seems ok after that, buy it.

I have one and it feeds/digests everything.

Good luck

MSims 02-03-2013 07:39

The reason I didn't buy it yet cause they are 2 /10 round mags and it will cost me almost $50 to get 1/13 round mag... So its close to $500... Thats why I'm not sure...

Joshhtn 02-03-2013 07:52

Buy it.

CDW4ME 02-03-2013 08:19

I would buy that.

Sammael 02-03-2013 09:55

I would live with the 10 rounders until the hysteria dies down. 10 vs. 13... Ehhhh... A reload can be done awfully quickly if you practice it.

Now if it were a Glock 17 and we were talking 10 vs. 17, it would definitely influence my decision a bit more.

1o rounds of .40 in that size package is still considerable firepower, BUT...

Have a look at the sticker on the box and see if it originally shipped with 13 round mags. If so, mention it to the shop owner and see what happens... ya never know.

Good luck!


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