When looking for a Glock it might be tempting to grab a new one off the shelf; but you might be missing out on some great deals and great guns by not going used. 

A used Glock, especially former LE models, bring great pricing to consumers shopping on a budget. If you need a reliable, sturdy gun but don’t want to break the bank, a used Glock is the way to go.

In addition to being wallet friendly, a used Glock has the benefit of already coming to you broken in — meaning someone else has put in the time to work it through any kinks like stiff controls, parts or difficult slides.


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