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Old 06-23-2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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I am thinking about getting a glock 36. I have a Glock 30 but it's Just too big and bulky for me. I wanna stay with a .45 and the Glock 21 is just too big to carry. I am primarily going to use the Glock 36 for a concealed carry weapon. Anyone have any thoughts about the G36? Good or bad??? Thx.

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Old 06-23-2012, 08:01 PM   #2
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It's a great gun. However, I prefer the Glock 39. The don't like the way the 36 grip feels in my hand. Something about the palm swell just doesn't feel right to me.

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It's a great gun. However, I prefer the Glock 39. The don't like the way the 36 grip feels in my hand. Something about the palm swell just doesn't feel right to me.
Hickok45 says the talon grips will fix the grip issue. Idk tho.
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LOL!!! Well if he said so then by all means do it.

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I have read horror stories about the G36. I have the 30sf and love it.

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I purchased a G36 a few weeks ago, although I only have 50 rounds through it I enjoy it. It conceals well and can be comfortable to carry. It fits my hands well and I look forward to putting more rounds through it.

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You can also put your G36 slide assembly on your G30 frame and have a less top heavy G30. It's called a Frankenglock.

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I reccomend a G27 sir. The 36 just never fired well for me. You don't lose much with the 27 and it's a couple more rounds.

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I reccomend a G27 sir. The 36 just never fired well for me. You don't lose much with the 27 and it's a couple more rounds.
I actually have the G27. I like both very well. The G36 has fired well for me so far. I have not put alot or rounds thru it, but so far so good!!!
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I carry a G36 very often....conceals well. I also enjoy shooting it....very accurate and easy to handle.

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