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Old 09-11-2012, 01:54 PM   #1
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I am looking for a light reliable .45's in single stack. I keep coming back to the Glock 36. Any thoughts? I live in Central Florida and am in t shirts and jeans most of the year. XDS are scarce and I am not feeling the Kahr's......



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Old 09-11-2012, 02:01 PM   #2
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1911 Just kidding if you like I say go for it, but if you haven't shot a Glock before head out to a range and see if you could rent one for a bit to make sure you like how it shoots.



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I will rent one and try it.. I have been told that they are different in the way they point... I have held the g36 and it felt good and seem to feel natural. Oh and a 1911 is on my Christmas list... I want the new Sig or maybe a Kimber. It will be my "Hey isn't this pretty" before I shoot you pistol! lol!

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I'm happy with my Glock 36.
I consider it pretty concealable.
Shown here with Stoner IWB holster, I'm lefthanded.

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Very accurate and concealable. Can't go wrong.

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Just got one today, havent been to the range yet but if its anything like my G31 it will be just fine.

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Just got one today, havent been to the range yet but if its anything like my G31 it will be just fine.
Let me know how it goes.
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I bought one for CCW. I took it to the range a couple of times, cleaned it and sold it. I just couldn't shoot it accurately. I realize that I didn't fit the gun and vice versa. I really wanted to like it, but it just wasn't for me. I guess I've been shooting 1911's too long for a Glock to be comfortable.

I daily carry a 4" 1911 in an in waistband holster and it fits me and I shoot it instinctively well.

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Does it absolutely have to be a single stack? Taurus makes some pretty slender .45s, and some may be single stack as well. You will hear a lot about Taurus, but I've seen and fired more than my fair share and have only been disappointed by one of their .22lr revolvers...



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