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Old 09-11-2012, 10:19   #1
PhotoFeller
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Limited Edition G19 'Dark Earth' frame

I've located one of these special run Glock G19s that I have an interest in. Its NIB at a retail store for $600+.

This is a Gen 4, so that aspect makes it a little questionable. The intriguing features are the 'Dark Earth' frame color and the fact a limited number were produced. I've read that Dark Earth is the current military spec color for combat gear.

This might be a Glock with long-term collector value. Shouldn't these Glocks appreciate over time just as the ODs have?

Do these special run pistols receive extra attention at Glock during the manufacturing process (tighter QC)?

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