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gun owner

Kennett, MO

#1 Jul 16, 2010
how much?
Old Kimber man

Winchester, KY

#2 Jul 16, 2010
gun owner wrote:
how much?
It has $500 worth of customization work, and an extra barrel....it goes for one grand.
Thanks for your interest.
prowlerssqueeze

Winchester, KY

#3 Jul 16, 2010
Is this a gun that most gun loving men would like? My boy friend's birthday is coming up this month.
kevin

Winchester, KY

#4 Jul 16, 2010
prowlerssqueeze wrote:
Is this a gun that most gun loving men would like? My boy friend's birthday is coming up this month.
i got a glock 27 40 cal other day brand new i love it i can hit what ever im shooting at
Well

Cynthiana, KY

#5 Jul 16, 2010
Old Kimber man wrote:
<quoted text> It has $500 worth of customization work, and an extra barrel....it goes for one grand.
Thanks for your interest.
What kind of custom work are we talking here and who by?(example: Wilson, Robar, Clark)
Andy

Winchester, KY

#6 Jul 16, 2010
What kind of gun is it? I can't see the pictures (on a phone)
anonymous

Kennett, MO

#7 Jul 16, 2010
hey old kimber man what would you think the going rate for a .40 would be? i only ask cause im interested.
I Do

Middlesboro, KY

#8 Jul 17, 2010
Nice gun but the value is shot to he!! when u take the handle and burn it like that to make a grip...1000 is way to much for that gun
HK man

Georgetown, KY

#9 Jul 17, 2010
GLOCK model 32..........357SIG and .40 cal. S&W
????????
gun smith

United States

#10 Jul 17, 2010
it appears to be a glock 32 .357 caliber. It looks as though the slide has been modified and that is not the slide that came with the gun. the sear pin has probabaly been modified and I would say it is full on auto.
Well

United States

#11 Jul 17, 2010
I Do wrote:
Nice gun but the value is shot to he!! when u take the handle and burn it like that to make a grip...1000 is way to much for that gun
That's exactly right. I doubt that it came from any big name/reputable custom gunsmiths as mentioned above. Any hobbiest can grind off the edges, melt some grips, and repaint. I remember once paying big to have finger grooves added to a frame. It's best to simply buy a gun that fits your hand. It's not as if there's nothing to choose from. Anymore It's like shopping for a pair pair of shoes.
Well

United States

#12 Jul 17, 2010
gun smith wrote:
it appears to be a glock 32 .357 caliber. It looks as though the slide has been modified and that is not the slide that came with the gun. the sear pin has probabaly been modified and I would say it is full on auto.
What do you mean by "full on auto"?
Great Granny

Winchester, KY

#13 Jul 25, 2010
Well wrote:
<quoted text>What kind of custom work are we talking here and who by?(example: Wilson, Robar, Clark)
It has a grip reduction, 3 pound trigger, duracoat (tactical green), dehoned, firing mechanism and hammer polished, by Jenkins Customs. Also has a .40 cal. Storm Lake extra barrel, and 3 magazines.
Old Kimber Man

Winchester, KY

#14 Jul 25, 2010
HK man wrote:
GLOCK model 32..........357SIG and .40 cal. S&W
????????
You are correct.
Old Kimber Man

Winchester, KY

#15 Jul 25, 2010
anonymous wrote:
hey old kimber man what would you think the going rate for a .40 would be? i only ask cause im interested.
I'd say between 4 and 500 if it's stock.
Old Kimber Man

Winchester, KY

#16 Jul 25, 2010
I Do wrote:
Nice gun but the value is shot to he!! when u take the handle and burn it like that to make a grip...1000 is way to much for that gun
Thanks for your opinion, but you haven't held this grip in your hand.
Old Kimber Man

Winchester, KY

#17 Jul 25, 2010
gun smith wrote:
it appears to be a glock 32 .357 caliber. It looks as though the slide has been modified and that is not the slide that came with the gun. the sear pin has probabaly been modified and I would say it is full on auto.
IT IS THE ORIGINAL SLIDE CUSTOMIZED. FIRE CONTROL HAS NOT BEEN MODIFIED, IT IS STILL SEMI-AUTO.
Old Kimber Man

Winchester, KY

#18 Jul 25, 2010
Great Granny wrote:
<quoted text>
It has a grip reduction, 3 pound trigger, duracoat (tactical green), dehoned, firing mechanism and hammer polished, by Jenkins Customs. Also has a .40 cal. Storm Lake extra barrel, and 3 magazines.
THANKS GRANNY!(My little darlin) I been too busy to get on here.
Old Kimber Man

Winchester, KY

#19 Jul 25, 2010
Well wrote:
<quoted text>What do you mean by "full on auto"?
There is no full auto on a Glock pistol.
Old Kimber Man

Winchester, KY

#20 Jul 25, 2010
Well wrote:
<quoted text>That's exactly right. I doubt that it came from any big name/reputable custom gunsmiths as mentioned above. Any hobbiest can grind off the edges, melt some grips, and repaint. I remember once paying big to have finger grooves added to a frame. It's best to simply buy a gun that fits your hand. It's not as if there's nothing to choose from. Anymore It's like shopping for a pair pair of shoes.
ALL WORK was done by a very reputable custom shop. He has all the certification one must have in his line of work.

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