looking for 18

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by johnx2, Feb 6, 2012.

  1. johnx2

    johnx2 New Member

    yea I know "good luck" but that's what I'm looking for, a Glock 18.
  2. bhale187

    bhale187 New Member Supporter

    Get a FFL, class 3 SOT, and a Law Enforcement Agency Demo Letter

  3. Ghost23

    Ghost23 New Member

    You'll have a harder time finding an 18 than filing all the proper paperwork. I've only seen one in my entire life.
  4. bhale187

    bhale187 New Member Supporter

    With the proper license and letter they aren't hard to find, I know a couple years ago PDs could get them new from OMB for about the same price as a retail G17
  5. Ghost23

    Ghost23 New Member

    I find that extremely hard to believe, seeing as how the 18 new from Glock sells for over $12,000. No one would take that kind of loss for a gun.
  6. bhale187

    bhale187 New Member Supporter

    I have no idea where you heard Glock sells them for $12,000, but that's pure BS.

    Here's a scan of the OMB catalog from a couple years ago.

    Attached Files:

  7. I think we all wish we had one. And ya 12? Your high
  8. Ghost23

    Ghost23 New Member

    Its what I heard from a Glock salesman (not a dealer, a rep from Glock) so I was going off of what he said.
  9. My dreams are kept alive!
  10. GrubKiller

    GrubKiller New Member

    Not if you listent to bhale187 below:

    I know someone that has one and I believe he only paid between $600-900 for it. Of course he has his SOT and a demo letter from his locl LEA. I have yet to shoot it I will soon. :D
  11. Trotac

    Trotac New Member

    This is exactly right... There are 0 G18's available for civilian ownership. LEO trade-ins can be kept a dealer demos but that is the ONLY way it can happen.
  12. ronny

    ronny New Member

    Gun store that I visit on a regular basis in Sunnyvale, Texas named S.A.W. has one for $4,995, it is in showroom, they do have a web site but inventory on web and store is often different
  13. jhargiss

    jhargiss New Member

    I keep trying to talk my chief into getting one and issue it to me! It will
    Never happen!
  14. jimmyalbrecht

    jimmyalbrecht Glockn Rollin

    Wishful thinking never hurt anyone!
  15. Frigate88

    Frigate88 New Member

    I'm not sure about some of these prices being thrown out there. Me and 3 other guys where issued these for out dept to try out. I also purchased one for myself, but only cause I have a class 3 weapons license. I got the law enforcement discount on it and paid $729 out the door. This was 2 years ago. At least down here in fl you may purchase one for civilian use but you must have a class 3 weapons permit which allows you to own fully automatic weapons. I can think of 3 civilians that I know that own these platforms. In all honesty their cool guns to own but in my opinion not very practical unless a heard of zombies is coming for you. :)
  16. jhargiss

    jhargiss New Member

    Yeah $729 is about right.
  17. bhale187

    bhale187 New Member Supporter

    $729 is with the $200 tax stamp right? So it was really $529?
  18. Happysniper1

    Happysniper1 New Member

    I know a bunch of civilians her in northern NV who each own a G18. I have shot several of them. All part of a single gun club. Mostly ex-LEO. Truly fun to shoot. Can never get accurate with 'em.

    *$12,00*???? I'd rather by a .50BMG rifle so I can reach out and touch Zombies! ;)
  19. henerey

    henerey New Member

    Have you ever shoot one they have one at Allen arms in Greenville you can rent out
  20. mlawrence

    mlawrence New Member

    Exactly my thoughts!