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5 years 33 weeks ago, 4:30 PM

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Glock Model 19 9x21

Hi,

I am wondering if anyone can tell me what a Glock Model 19, 9x21 would be worth. Glock stopped the presses many years ago and made three (although I believe they actually made four, but that is anotehr story). Does anyone know how I can find out how much this gun is worth?

It has never been fired by me and I am the orginal owner. I really know very little about the gun other than I have it.

Thanks

5 years 33 weeks ago, 4:35 PM

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Hey rangeronestar

I have no idea of value, but here is some info that I found. You have a very rare piece.

9x21 G19
Perhaps the rarest of all Glocks is the 9X21 G19. Three special agents of the US Naval Investigative Service were being stationed in Italy with some work being done incognito. Since it is illegal for civilians to carry standard 9mm (9X19) weapons, Glock produced 3 model 19s chambered for the 9X21 cartridge. The pistols are marked with the new caliber on the frame and barrel and have serial numbers EN260US, EN261US and EN262US.

Check your serial number!

5 years 33 weeks ago, 4:45 PM

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G19 9x21

Thank you. Yes, I have one of the three serial numbers (and I know the other two guys are who have the others, although again I thought there was a fourth...). Do you know of any way for me to get an appraisal on it?

Thanks!

5 years 33 weeks ago, 4:51 PM

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then were you stationed in Italy with The NIS?

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 4:58 PM

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Yes. Its now NCIS.

5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:06 PM

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it taught me a lot about some of their techniques. :-) Twenty years later they did a work up on my daughter, and damned if they didn't ask me the same way. Every few years hey have to do an upgrade, but this time they farmed it out to a private conractor who came for a visit, but she was scared of my dog (a cocker spaniel--really a mean breed) so she asked me a coupla questions and got out of here. Course, my daughter hasn't been here in ten years, so what did I know? She's a CTI.

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:15 PM

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Ah well, everyone has their fears....I cant stop laughing about your "mean" dog:) Seriously, any idea on how to figure out what this is worth. i tried talking to Glock but they were no help. You should be proud of your daughter.....

5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:17 PM

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G19 9x21

9x21 Isnt that Gurza Ammo?

5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:25 PM

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Hi Snake,

I don't know what Gurza ammo is. We could not use a certain type of ammo due to the laws over there at that time, so we got the 9x21. We had Rugers (which I LOVED) but we were way out gunned by bad guys, so we got these. They convinced me I should buy one so i did...Any idea how I can get a value of this thing??

Thanks

5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:30 PM

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Rangeronestar Value

I know you can go to gunbroker.com and they have an area where you can get a gun appraised. I think they charge like 10 bucks to do it but it is one way of getting an idea of what it is worth.

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:33 PM

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Thank you sooooooo VERY much Hillbill77,

This helps me a lot:)

5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:35 PM

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to determine value of these one-offs (four-offs?) In an aftermarket like this one unique (or nearly unique) items are difficult because the market has not had a chance to establish value, like it has for a normal Glock 19 over time. The good news here is that it has provenance, a story behind it. That may very well also be bad news because you'd have to have clear title to the firearm, specially made for a government assignment--you catch my drift. It probably cost the government (and Glock) a mint to engineer the tiny difference, but in the end, it's still a Glock 19. In any case, the more documentation you can provide with the piece (including that mysterious 4th one), the more attractive it would be to a potential collector. I would think the collector market would put more value on it than a normal buyer 'looking for a Glock' because they're only $500 brand new.

Let us know what you find out!

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:43 PM

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Schuyler, You guys are

Schuyler,

You guys are GREAT!!! I can not thank you enough. I have the purchase papers and import papers. I can probably find my orders from when I brought it back. I was hoping Glock would tell me, but they did not. Now I am just hoping its worth mopre than the $500:)

I will continue my search and go to the web site and pay for an appraisal. I will let you all know what happens.

Oh, and it does have some good stories with it. Why we bought it and then what we did with them while we were on duty....guess I should have practiced with it before I carried it, but hey I figured a gun was a gun and they all shoot the same. Ok, I know they do not (and I was young then:).

I was a little worried about chatting with you all, but you are all very nice:) So again THANKS!!!!!

5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:49 PM

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six days a week. You just picked the right day.

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:50 PM

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Rangeronestar

9x21mm Gurza is a rarely spoken ammunition type on here. But the G19 in a newish condition will go for $500-625.

5 years 33 weeks ago, 5:54 PM

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My sentiments

Those were my sentiments exactly. Don't worry Schuyler I still think this place is full of Assholes!!!

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 6:06 PM

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Sam's original comment came from here: http://www.glockfaq.com/rare.htm

There is some additional info here: http://books.google.com/books?id=CVfH8nI2IuUC&pg=PA171&lpg=PA171&dq=Perh... which addresses the ownership issue.

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5 years 33 weeks ago, 6:06 PM

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im a raging asshole 6 1/2 days a week. the other 1/2 im asleep.

5 years 33 weeks ago, 6:22 AM

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Snake!!

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5 years 32 weeks ago, 11:15 AM

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yup runnaway

12 hours is along sleep for a sniper. 6 1/2 days im on alert the other 1/2 im sleeping with one eye open. strange ay?

5 years 32 weeks ago, 9:26 PM

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Glock model 19 in 9x21

Rangeronestar wrote:
Hi,

I am wondering if anyone can tell me what a Glock Model 19, 9x21 would be worth. Glock stopped the presses many years ago and made three (although I believe they actually made four, but that is anotehr story). Does anyone know how I can find out how much this gun is worth?

It has never been fired by me and I am the orginal owner. I really know very little about the gun other than I have it.

Thanks


You could try www.bluebookinc.com to get a professional appraisal of your Glock. They charge a small fee but are great in their jobs. Good luck.

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