These models, while they do exist, are not ones you’re going to run across. These are the prototypes that only exist for the museums. PS: I don’t own any of the guns on this page–even a Glock historian can’t get his hands on them!
- Gen 3 Glock 26C–one known to exist, on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West
- Gen 3 Glock 35C–three known to exist, all owned by the same collector who might as well have a museum
- Gen 3 Glock 30 RTF2 FDE frame–two out there, made by a Glock employee just for something different but he’s not saying where they are
- Any Gen Glock 18/18C–granted, these aren’t that rare, it’s just that you can’t buy one unless you can time travel back to early ’86 and import on before the ban goes into effect
- Factory Errors: There are potentially many options here, but will be VERY rare. I’ve seen a 23 Gen 3 that got the Gen4 rollmarks and one each unmarked model 26 and 19.
- Honorable mention: Gen 1 19–this was covered earlier in the list, but this model might as well be unobtainable. The only thing that gives us hope is that Glock collecting isn’t that popular and no one actually knows how many were made or survived the trade up to Gen 2s!