Magnet Fishing Pulled up Glock .45 (slide part) old wooden bridge

Aug 18, 2021
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Wish I could have pulled it up as a whole, but the rest most likely broke apart on its way up or from the beginning. Not what I was looking for but still on my way to the treasure :)

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Digger RJ

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I keep hoping to find one worth turning in. All the ones I find are rusted out. Good on your for turning it in. They more than likely pulled slide,clip and threw it all different places.
 

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Mr. War Finder, for your info we do have a magnet fishing section that you can post into. Welcome to TN and we are looking forward to more about your adventures. Kinda take it easy on the verbiage in your videos we do have some family members that visit here.
 
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I keep hoping to find one worth turning in. All the ones I find are rusted out. Good on your for turning it in. They more than likely pulled slide,clip and threw it all different places.
Thanks, for the comment Goodluck on your searching! I appreciate your input!
 
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Mr. War Finder, for your info we do have a magnet fishing section that you can post into. Welcome to TN and we are looking forward to more about your adventures. Kinda take it easy on the verbiage in your videos we do have some family members that visit here.
Will do thank you for the welcome! I'll work on the language I don't like it myself. I just tend to get excited. Thanks!
 

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Glock released the Model 21 .45 Cal. in 1990, so at most it's 31 years old. Probably quite newer. I really doubt the pistol would have come apart while bringing it in. Probably very likely it was used in a crime and thrown away in pieces.
 

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Glock released the Model 21 .45 Cal. in 1990, so at most it's 31 years old. Probably quite newer. I really doubt the pistol would have come apart while bringing it in. Probably very likely it was used in a crime and thrown away in pieces.
I believe you are correct about that....they don't just fall apart.
 
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Pretty sure they don,t,serial numbers are over rated as a means of ID,at best it can only trace back to the original buyer.Crime guns are typically stolen articles.
Serial # was completely visible underneath slide
 
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Glock released the Model 21 .45 Cal. in 1990, so at most it's 31 years old. Probably quite newer. I really doubt the pistol would have come apart while bringing it in. Probably very likely it was used in a crime and thrown away in pieces.
I would have to agree, there was barely any rust or decay on it. No reason to just find that piece without it being disassembled, I agree with your opinion. Either way I'll probably go back out and see what I can find around the same area for the next video hopefully a cash box! lol
 

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