Gen 3 Glock 27 value?

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  1. Damn_Yankee

    Damn_Yankee Member

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    Less than 100 rounds fired with case and 2 mags and all factory goodies.
     
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    Short Fuse He yall watch this.... Charter Member Supporting Member

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    $450.
     
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    Start at $450. Lower $25 every 4 days until you sell it. You'll figure out real quick how much it's worth.
     
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    Honestly I'm thinking closer to 4 or under
     
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    $375-$400
     
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    The gen 3 27 on my side right now is worth no less than $400 to me...but it ain’t for sale.
     
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    $400 +/-
    I'd start at $425 and bottom out at 4.

    Grandpa has one and honestly, it's a great shooter. Accuracy is surprisingly good and it eats all ammo with no complaints.
    The downside to these is the 40 cal. Kinda going out of favor, and they are snappish.
    Personally, I think it's a great gun.
     
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    Thanks guys.
     
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    This.
     
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    Love gen 3, before they started screwing with "perfection". Used to be a Glock part was a Glock part. I won't buy the later models, all they give us is incompatibility. There was no need to change them.

    Spoken like the crotchety old man I am!
     
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    Oh contrare, why buy a 9mm when a .40 will shoot 9mm and 357 too? 9mm for range and more powa for carry.
     
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    exactly....40 S&W and 357 SIG for the men and power down to 9mm for the ladies and boys.
     
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    This...gamblers will only wait so long. I predict it will SELL for $350. So, I'll hold out that long.
     

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