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    Our local sheriff's department sells their deputy issued Glock 22's every now and again, I guess to put towards the new ones they bought to replace them. They sell them for $200 each. Now I'm not sure exactly how much these guns are used during their service life, but for those of you who do, do you think that $200 is worth it or should I just put my money into a new one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    Our local sheriff's department sells their deputy issued Glock 22's every now and again, I guess to put towards the new ones they bought to replace them. They sell them for $200 each. Now I'm not sure exactly how much these guns are used during their service life, but for those of you who do, do you think that $200 is worth it or should I just put my money into a new one?
    Two hundred for a used Glock is a good deal. I doubt those guns get fired more than once a year.
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    That's a great deal! I'm waiting for the Durham, NC department to let go of some of their M&P 45s @ $300ish this year. Go for it Andey.
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    For $200, buy me one :)

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    The gun store where I deal takes these in as police trade-ins as well. I'd say that most have fewer rounds through them than my personal guns.

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    Kentucky State Police Glocks sell for $490.
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    Probably been dropped more times than it has been fired.
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    Buying a LEO Glock?

    I bought a PD trade in G22. Took it apart had no firing wear. Had a slight but of holster wear, and the night sights are still in good order. Gun is dead on and a blast to shoot. Paid about $300 for it so the $200 is a good price. Just be sure you inspect the gun before you purchase and you'll be fine.
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    How do you go about finding out when the local sheriff's department sells their deputy issued Glocks? Do you just call them and ask?

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    Buying a LEO Glock?

    You can try asking them, I was lucky enough to stop in a local shop and know a guy behind the counter that pulled mine out of the back..
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