Rare, Factory-Engraved Glocks Up for Grabs (VIDEO)

A trio of Glocks that were specially created and shown off at a firearms industry trade show two decades ago are headed to auction.

Rock Island has the three polymer-framed beauties headed to the gavel at their May Premier Auction. Part of a limited run of 10 three-pistol sets, this particular group was displayed at the 2002 SHOT Show by Glock. They were further shown off by the Glock Collectors Association at the NRA’s 132nd Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Orlando, Florida that year.

The guns, all G19s (why would you engrave anything else?) feature various levels of custom scroll work along with factory night sights and unadorned factory accessories. (Photos: RIAC)

Estimates run between $2,000 and $5,500 each — the guns are being auctioned individually — and Ian McCollum points out in the video at the head of the post that they will most likely go on to be highly collectible.

Engraved factory Glocks from 2002

You have to admit, you don’t see that every day.

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