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It was listed as a LEO trade in, good condition with night sights.
To me, it looks new, but you guys know a lot more about these than I.
Here’s some pictures.

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By the time all was said and done (shipping, cc fees, taxes, and my FFL fees), it was $5 shy of $500.
I hope it’ll be worth it.
 

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Not very much wear on the firearm or parts. Seems in really good condition. Looks like you got a pretty good deal. Congrats
 

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Congrats ! It doesn't appear if it was issued and the bonus is the frying pan finish that folks rave about.
 
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Some agency probably went to a different gun or caliber. Looks like it likely never left the storage room.
Congrats!
 

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My FFL guy was surprised by the condition as well.
He ran a bore snake through it and detailed strip the slide, commenting that the firing pin was in good condition as well.
 

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I've heard differing stories on the barrel finish. One states that the finish is very durable while the other states that it doesn't take many rounds to put "smilies" on the barrel.
Regarding the finish, on the slide opposite the ejector side, there appears to be minute spots of rust. Too small to capture on camera. Should I be concerned?
 

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I've heard differing stories on the barrel finish. One states that the finish is very durable while the other states that it doesn't take many rounds to put "smilies" on the barrel.
Regarding the finish, on the slide opposite the ejector side, there appears to be minute spots of rust. Too small to capture on camera. Should I be concerned?
I would maybe clean the area with 99% isopropyl alcohol, then touch up with birchwood & Casey pen.

 

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I’ll probably will need to put rounds down range.
The first G21 (Gen 2?) back around 92-94, I could shoot one ragged hole.
The most recent, a couple of months ago, I shot a Gen3. My target looked like a scatter gun hit it. No grouping at all
I’m assuming that this is because I shot DA/SA exclusively. I’ll need to get used to the trigger again.
 

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My first issued duty gun was a Gen2 G-21. You bought what appears to be a brand new gun. Enjoy!
 

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They're a chunk to tote around. I love mine. I paid $500 barely used without night sights. You got a good deal. Did it some with the back straps? IIRC mine came with 3. Should have been 4(?) I really don't need the back straps!
 
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