I'm also wondering why you would modify a NIB Glock. Seems kind of a fishy story. You aren't being very specific about the upgrades either. I'm also wondering what a shortened trigger rail is. If I were to inspect it and I thought it was new but the owner couldn't specifically tell me what springs he put in or have the factory springs still for it I wouldn't go over $500. As has been said the sights might add to that some. If it really was serial number 1 I'd go up to $750 on it but just so I could resell for a higher price.I have a chance to buy a NIB Glock 36 never fired, it has had all upgraded springs, guide rod upgrade, shortened trigger rails. The gun is a Gen 3 with a serial #xxxooo1. Just wondering what would be a good price?
yep...something ain't quite right...seems that way, anyhow.................STR(shift to reverse), back-up,turn around, and keep on going.It's not really "NIB" once it's been taken apart and modified. He can call it "unfired", but "NIB" assumes same as off-the-shelf.
Mods are so personal and as a buyer, I want as close to stock as possible so I can do what I want to do to it.