MOLON LABE 300 CUSTOM ONE OF ONE GLOCK G17C RTF2 9MM NATO

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GLOCK PROVIDED SERIAL NUMBER #300 ON THE LIMITED RTF2 FRAME FOR THIS FULL BLOWN COMMEMORATIVE CUSTOM MOLON LABE G17C COMPENSATED 9MM NATO // THREE BARRELS one compensated, one standard, and one threaded. Swap em out dependent on mission requirement // Blood Red Apex upgraded trigger system installed and certified // Glock G17 RTF2 serial number #300 with BHZV prefix // Frame is full FDE from Glock and is NOT painted; complete pistol delivered from Glock NIB (new in box) as a limited edition LAV LEO Law Enforcement RTF2 // Matching ALG Defense Bigmouth Magwell // Four Glock OEM 19 round fitted FDE matching magazines; from Glock NOT aftermarket // Zev upgraded magazine release and slide catch w/ Zev Gold Pin set // Molon Labe rear cover plate // Trijicon HD night sights w/ tritium inserts // front press check serrations port side with matching rear press check serrations // Glock OEM matching compensated slide cuts // Glock OEM 17C compensated barrel and Glock OEM matching serialized barrel and Lone Wolf Threaded barrel (fluted with end cap) // Slide engraved top ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ // port side ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ Spartan logo // Blood Red “300” starboard slide // Cerakote bronze slide // Gunslinger Kenai Center Chest holster system // So what does Molon Labe mean? It is commonly translated as “come and take it” (given some American history influences). The phrase is very popular in America in reference to the 2nd Amendment, which is the right to bear arms in the US Constitution. Molon Labe is a phrase proclaimed in defiance to tyranny, and speaks to the inalienable rights of humans to protect their life and liberty. The phrase has its origins back to the days of the Greek city states in 480 BC. Persia was in the process of invading Greece, and Sparta took up the challenge to confront them. Given circumstances at the time, Sparta did not have the numbers in their favor; however they chose a strategic location to fight at a small pass that could be defended by a smaller force by limiting the Persian army to constricted fighting spaces. It was here at the beginning of the Battle of Thermopylae that King Leonidas of Sparta and his men were greatly outnumbered by the Persian army. They had no chance of winning, yet they stayed to fight. With the Spartans facing certain death, Xerxes of Persia demanded that Leonidas and his men lay down their arms and surrender. King Leonidas responded to Xerxes in defiance: Molon Labe (“come and take them”). ​The Spartans fought valiantly for 3 days, holding the Persians at bay while the rest of Greece was able to evacuate to strategic locations. This allowed the Greeks the chance to marshal a counter attack at a later date. It was those 3 days where few stood against the many, protecting their families and their fellow country men, which ultimately led to defeating the Persian invasion.​ The movie 300 is a modern day glamorization of this historical event // Battle of Gonzales​: In American history, the phrase was again used by a group of Texan settlers in a skirmish against Mexican soldiers. Mexico had loaned a single cannon to Texas settlers to help them fight off Indian attackers.​ Afterwards, the Mexican leadership had second thoughts on giving the settlers that type of capability and decided they wanted the cannon back, so Mexico sent soldiers to take the cannon from the settlers by force. The settlers in defiance fought to keep it, and above their fortification they flew the infamous Gonzales Flag. The flag is the recognizable lone star, cannon, and phrase “come and take it”. You cannot build another as Glock will not go out of their way to give you a serialized #300 pistol, but hey let’s pretend! Find a NIB Glock limited edition RTF2 LEO LAV pistol for $600+, find a machine shop to machine Glock OEM compensated slide cuts $260, another shop to engrave as shown and do press check serrations $358, Glock OEM 17C barrel $150, Lone Wolf Threaded w/ flutes $150, Apex custom trigger enhancement pkg another $155 installed, misc ZEV parts $35, ALG Bigmouth (custom color) with weight installed $120, Trijicon HD sights w/ tritium $138 installed, 4 Glock OEM 19 round magazines $94 upcharge, Gunslinger Center Chest Holster $150, shipping back and forth 3 states $111, total ish $2318. AZ pays tax visa mc discover AMEX 3.5%

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GLOCK PROVIDED SERIAL NUMBER #300 ON THE LIMITED RTF2 FRAME FOR THIS FULL BLOWN COMMEMORATIVE CUSTOM MOLON LABE G17C COMPENSATED 9MM NATO // THREE BARRELS one compensated, one standard, and one threaded. Swap em out dependent on mission requirement // Blood Red Apex upgraded trigger system installed and certified // Glock G17 RTF2 serial number #300 with BHZV prefix // Frame is full FDE from Glock and is NOT painted; complete pistol delivered from Glock NIB (new in box) as a limited edition LAV LEO Law Enforcement RTF2 // Matching ALG Defense Bigmouth Magwell // Four Glock OEM 19 round fitted FDE matching magazines; from Glock NOT aftermarket // Zev upgraded magazine release and slide catch w/ Zev Gold Pin set // Molon Labe rear cover plate // Trijicon HD night sights w/ tritium inserts // front press check serrations port side with matching rear press check serrations // Glock OEM matching compensated slide cuts // Glock OEM 17C compensated barrel and Glock OEM matching serialized barrel and Lone Wolf Threaded barrel (fluted with end cap) // Slide engraved top ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ // port side ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ Spartan logo // Blood Red “300” starboard slide // Cerakote bronze slide // Gunslinger Kenai Center Chest holster system // So what does Molon Labe mean? It is commonly translated as “come and take it” (given some American history influences). The phrase is very popular in America in reference to the 2nd Amendment, which is the right to bear arms in the US Constitution. Molon Labe is a phrase proclaimed in defiance to tyranny, and speaks to the inalienable rights of humans to protect their life and liberty. The phrase has its origins back to the days of the Greek city states in 480 BC. Persia was in the process of invading Greece, and Sparta took up the challenge to confront them. Given circumstances at the time, Sparta did not have the numbers in their favor; however they chose a strategic location to fight at a small pass that could be defended by a smaller force by limiting the Persian army to constricted fighting spaces. It was here at the beginning of the Battle of Thermopylae that King Leonidas of Sparta and his men were greatly outnumbered by the Persian army. They had no chance of winning, yet they stayed to fight. With the Spartans facing certain death, Xerxes of Persia demanded that Leonidas and his men lay down their arms and surrender. King Leonidas responded to Xerxes in defiance: Molon Labe (“come and take them”). ​The Spartans fought valiantly for 3 days, holding the Persians at bay while the rest of Greece was able to evacuate to strategic locations. This allowed the Greeks the chance to marshal a counter attack at a later date. It was those 3 days where few stood against the many, protecting their families and their fellow country men, which ultimately led to defeating the Persian invasion.​ The movie 300 is a modern day glamorization of this historical event // Battle of Gonzales​: In American history, the phrase was again used by a group of Texan settlers in a skirmish against Mexican soldiers. Mexico had loaned a single cannon to Texas settlers to help them fight off Indian attackers.​ Afterwards, the Mexican leadership had second thoughts on giving the settlers that type of capability and decided they wanted the cannon back, so Mexico sent soldiers to take the cannon from the settlers by force. The settlers in defiance fought to keep it, and above their fortification they flew the infamous Gonzales Flag. The flag is the recognizable lone star, cannon, and phrase “come and take it”. You cannot build another as Glock will not go out of their way to give you a serialized #300 pistol, but hey let’s pretend! Find a NIB Glock limited edition RTF2 LEO LAV pistol for $600+, find a machine shop to machine Glock OEM compensated slide cuts $260, another shop to engrave as shown and do press check serrations $358, Glock OEM 17C barrel $150, Lone Wolf Threaded w/ flutes $150, Apex custom trigger enhancement pkg another $155 installed, misc ZEV parts $35, ALG Bigmouth (custom color) with weight installed $120, Trijicon HD sights w/ tritium $138 installed, 4 Glock OEM 19 round magazines $94 upcharge, Gunslinger Center Chest Holster $150, shipping back and forth 3 states $111, total ish $2318. AZ pays tax visa mc discover AMEX 3.5%

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