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Old 01-09-2009, 12:00   #1
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Date and info on my G19

Couldn't find on serial # list. Any info would be appreciated. It is serial # EL321 US. Has the NPv markings test fired in Austria. Thanks!
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Old 01-19-2009, 09:53   #2
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To the far right of the serial number on the barrel there are three small letters.....what are they? It appears to be from the spring of 1989, but those letters will tell us when it was made.


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Old 01-23-2009, 12:11   #3
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can you tell when my was made too ENN
Neat.....which model is your's?

The serial number project shows that more than one model has the prefix 'ENN'.

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ENN - G-30 / G-35 - January 2002 - 3rd Gen.
ENN - G-33 - May 2002 - 3rd Gen.


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Old 02-09-2009, 09:27   #4
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I also have a G19 that is EL XXX on the barrel, the small letters following the proof mark are NTD. The frame is marked with a US suffix. Would that be from around April of '89?
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I also have a G19 that is EL XXX on the barrel, the small letters following the proof mark are NTD. The frame is marked with a US suffix. Would that be from around April of '89?
NTD shows it was made in March of 89, April would probably be the import date.....the OP's gun would almost certainly have the same date code.



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Old 02-09-2009, 11:00   #6
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Hi Butch, thanks for the info!

I remember trading for it in the spring of '89, but I didn't remember the month - its been too long. It took on backup duties when I was in uniform and I retired my well traveled ASP. Back then the BAT rounds were avaliable and it was interesting to chronograph them from the ASP with its short MagNaPorted barrel and then from the 19
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Old 02-13-2009, 13:32   #7
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My first gun, a G19, was issued to me in August of 1989, it was serial EM636US. Great gun, wish I could track it down.
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Old 03-23-2009, 18:31   #8
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Hows about COH on the barrel , there is the NPV and a crest on barrel and slide , Smyrna GA on trigger guard ...................G19 . Ant help would be great . Came in the shop I go to and I put it on layaway as it was being logged in as a new weapon .

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Hows about COH on the barrel , there is the NPV and a crest on barrel and slide , Smyrna GA on trigger guard ...................G19 . Ant help would be great . Came in the shop I go to and I put it on layaway as it was being logged in as a new weapon .

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COH shows the date October 2006.....the date on the brass envelope is March of 09....right?



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COH shows the date October 2006.....the date on the brass envelope is March of 09....right?



Did not see the brass envelope !!! I'll check tues at lunch .

Thanks Butch !!!

It does have some wear on the slant cut above the chamber where the slide locks up . I just knew it was a " I gotta have this " so , I stuck it in my spot in the back room . Will pick it up next week and post any info you need .
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