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I wouldn't worry about that. Besides moving the magazine release and going from traditional to polygonal rifling, there weren't any substantial changes during the product life of the PPQ.
 

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I think the real question is do you have a preference for standard rifling or polygonal rifling. The change over started with serial number FCA 0001. So, rather than check date codes, you'd be better off checking the serial number. Or just look at the ejection port, or look down the barrel.

They're ALL fine pistols....choose one over the other only if you have a preference or need.
 

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Serial number

I think the real question is do you have a preference for standard rifling or polygonal rifling. The change over started with serial number FCA 0001. So, rather than check date codes, you'd be better off checking the serial number. Or just look at the ejection port, or look down the barrel.

They're ALL fine pistols....choose one over the other only if you have a preference or need.

Gun shop who is shipping gave SN FCS 9649
 

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So, you're getting the most current production model.....with polygonal rifling, recontroured ejection port and a few other changes/upgrades.

I've got some older models as well as some later models....M1's and M2's.
 

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well, thanks...guess that's good - now if delivered tomorrow

So, you're getting the most current production model.....with polygonal rifling, recontroured ejection port and a few other changes/upgrades.

I've got some older models as well as some later models....M1's and M2's.

appreciate the info...thank you
 
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