View Full Version : Glock 17 & 24 (.40 cal)

09-13-2011, 14:15
The first is a very lightly used Glock 24 (.40 cal). This has the Tru-dot adjustable night-sights on it, extended slide/mag releases, w/standard factory trigger in it.

The second is Glock 17 (9mm). Looking @ $450 each.

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Ambush Master
09-13-2011, 16:55
Which Gen is the 17 and how much has it been run?

09-13-2011, 18:52
I believe it's Gen 3, 3-4k rounds, 3.5ld trigger w/polished contacts, extended mag release and well taken care of since I've been OCONUS.

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09-13-2011, 22:03
Glock 24 Long Slide Competition, .40S&W 15 Rounds, Black

These pistols are almost identical to the standard Glock G17 and G24 except their barrels are 6.02" as opposed to 4.49" and their slides have been lengthened to match, they also have an extended magazine release, adjustable rear sight, and a 3.5 pound connector for the trigger pull.

Features and Specifications
Glock Safe Action
40 Smith & Wesson caliber
6.02" barrel
8.86" overall length
15 + 1 capacity:
Black synthetic grip frame
Adjustable sights
26.7 oz


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09-14-2011, 01:15
What is the difference between the G34 and this 24C. I carried the G34 for years and loved it. Doesn't the G17 L/S have ported barrels? Now I am confused?:confused:


09-14-2011, 05:21
G24C is a .40cal

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09-14-2011, 13:08
I'm sorry Guy, I ment the G34 which is also a longer slider too in .40cal. This is what is confusing to me. Why have both. Both the G34 (9mm) and G36 (.40cal) were called the "Tactical/Practical Pistols" meaning both could be used for competition from what they had called them in their Glock magazines. Or behind door number 3 I need my medication?


09-14-2011, 19:17

Cost and availability.;)

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09-15-2011, 12:55
MAB32: The original long-slides (17L 9mm and 24/24C .40) are some pretty awesome examples. The only reason the G34/35 came about was because the 1911-crowd gamers got nervous, so they created "the box" of a dimension that discriminated whether or not a certain gun was "eligible" in their events of not. So Glock trimmed down their longslides to make the 34/35, which are excellent guns in their own right.

However, the true long-slides only get a production run once every 3rd blue moon and a limited number at that. Numbers of National Championships won by Armando Valdes and his G24; might have to count the 'Yard way - "One, two, many..."

Bottom Line at the Bottom:
QP Guy's offering is a phenomenal opportunity if you ever wanted to add a long-slide to your kit.


09-17-2011, 11:50
$450 for a 24 is a steal. They're over 7 new.

09-17-2011, 22:39
I love my 17L and my 34, beautiful pistols. 5k rounds or more through each, and still no malfunction.