That's gotta be a Gen3. But hey, I've replaced two parts on my Gen4 to make it more like a 3. First was the trigger assembly so I could get rid of that sorry ribbed trigger and replace it with a smooth Gen3 one. At first I didn't know why my finger would get sore after firing 20-30 rounds. And I replaced the two-piece plastic guide rod with a one-piece Gen3-style only it's tungsten which is why I wanted it.thats about the same price it is here in texas
we are losing sight of one thing, new glocks are illegal in mass period. you can probably buy them illegally at some lgs but i wouldn't want to get caught with one. i've said this before but just for the heck of it take me to task and look on four seasons guns in woburn mass and see what he gets for pre 10/21/98 glocks. there is no way around it legally.
i have a few le stamped mags which i use because i am retired leo. if i sell the gun i buy a regular mag to give with the gun. you never know when someone could be questioned over just the fact the mag says leo only.Greetings all. I have a question for you Mass gun owners.... Mags manufactured prior to 98 are okay. I get that. But. (and I may be wrong) would that restrict you to non drop free mags? The LEO stamped mags I have seen don't have manufacture dates on them. Reason is, I have a couple of NDF mags for a G19 and if my neighbors to the north (I live in CT) could use them, I'd rather see them put to good use there vs. somewhere where manufacture dates didn't matter. And a 1st gen G19 with Trijicons up there should run 550, or have I been out of the loop for too long?
Thanks in advance