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Old 04-08-2009, 21:22   #1
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Glock 24P

I just picked up a Glock 24P. Does anyone know how many were produced before Glock switched to the 24C designation
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Old 04-08-2009, 22:42   #2
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Does it have a "P" stamped on it?
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Does it have a "P" stamped on it?
Just 24 on the slide compensated barrel. P is on the box.
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Old 04-09-2009, 19:25   #4
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Ahh yes. The box slipped my mind.

What are the first 3 letters of your serial number?

The G24 started out at "ATA" IIRC.

The first recorded G24C in our serial number project is "ATU".

Reason I asked about the stamping is because there are "P" models. Red trainers. I have a G22P.
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How did you get the T and P models?
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Old 04-10-2009, 22:24   #6
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I have a 24P as well and was wondering what they're worth?
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How did you get the T and P models?
The G17T I found for sale online from a private individual, he obtained it from a police department.

The G22P I picked out on my last trip to GLOCK in Smyrna and bought it there.

My G19 Cutaway was also found for sale online from a private individual. I have no idea where he got it from.
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I have a 24P as well and was wondering what they're worth?
Depends.

For a collector, you might go to the $700 range if it is all original with it's box and other accessories. For Joe Blow that just wants a G24, he will see that he can get a new one for around the same or less than what collectors are wanting to pay. I'd say average, $500 - $650.
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As I recall (read: 'accuracy not guaranteed'), the first G24's could be had with or without a ported barrel, and the slides were not marked with a C or a P.

As for the prefix ATU being a 'G24C' is concerned, I'm wondering if whoever posted it just called it that without looking at the box label as my G24P is prefix BMC and the box label shows it to be a G24P.

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We may never know how many G24P's were made before they actually started calling them G24C's.



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Old 04-30-2009, 09:43   #10
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I am sure it just ment ported
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