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It's all stock (no upgrades from Glock yet..) born on date of 4/90. I found her used in the original box with all the goodies inside. Two non-metal hi-cap mags. Gun had very few rounds through it, was carried even less and looks it. When I hold it, I realize I could live without the finger grooves on my gen3.

Even though this gun has a certain cool factor and brings me back to a time when I was still trying to figure out the whole Glock idea - I would grab my gen3 19 if the s#it ever hit the fan. Anyways, thought I would share.

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Very nice. Personally, I would leave it just as it is! Thanks for sharing.
 

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Very nice. Personally, I would leave it just as it is! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks. I probably will leave it as is. The other gen2 w/ Robar mods in the photo had stock guts too. But it went back to Glock last year after the trigger spring broke.This was after 12,000+ rounds. Glock fixed it and made all the standard upgrades.
 

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Looks nice
 

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Very nice find. I have been wanting one of the Gen2 G19s myself and found a deal on one on Friday. It is en route to me now. I haven't even seen pics. I was just told it was "one of the nicest ones I've seen" by the dealer. I have no idea when it was made, if it has been upgraded, etc. It's going to be like Christmas in a couple of days when it gets here. I can't wait.
 
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