Glock 36 v. H&K P2000 US 357Sig

Glock 36 v. H&K P2000 US 357Sig

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    Glock 36 v. H&K P2000 US 357Sig

    Being new to concealed carry and this forum I have a question. I have my NY permit and have applied for Utah and Florida. I carry a Glock 23 but find that a little large for concealed, especially now that the warm weather is here. I was told that the H&K P2000 357Sig was a great gun to carry but also heard that the Glock 36 would be good. I want reliability and something easy to carry. I would love to hear from those who know more about this than me. Also, any recommendations on the best cc holster?
    Thanks in advance and I look forward to being part of this forum.


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    This is a difficult one...G36 $600 < HK P2000 $800.
    G36 6+1 > HK P2000 9+1
    Im not a fan of carrying anything less than a 10+1 for a primary weapon, yet Im not a fan of paying $800 for a handgun. hhhmmm.......Ill have to pass BOB!!

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    My primary carry gun is the G36. I'm ok with 7 rounds of 45 allong with a spare mag or two. It fits my hand great and is very easy to conceal. I am about 5'10' and weigh around 140 and I can hide it without a problem. It is super accurate and pretty light to carry all day. I don't have any experience with the HK so I cant help you with that.

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    That P2000 is almost the same size as the Glock 23. Frankly, it conceals a lot better due to the rounding on the back of the slide.
    The preceding post may contain sarcasm; it's just better that way. However, it is still intended with construction and with the Love of my L-rd Y'shua.

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    I'm biased, but the H&K is twice the gun... and the other..well its a glock.
    Most things in life (women,golf clubs and guns) you get what you pay for. If you can afford it get the P2000
    Not a hard choice in my book and welcome to the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 45tek View Post
    This is a difficult one...G36 $600 < HK P2000 $800.
    G36 6+1 > HK P2000 9+1
    Im not a fan of carrying anything less than a 10+1 for a primary weapon, yet Im not a fan of paying $800 for a handgun. hhhmmm.......Ill have to pass BOB!!
    OOOPS, i didnt even see the fact that you are in the NY state of mind,with the whole limited cap. thing......sooooo, I would go HK. More rounds and you cant beat 1300+ fps and 500+ ft/lbs. Case closed, buy it..LOL

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    Glock-36 is the best choice...dependability, conceal ability, and less $$$...
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    Not sure where you found the capacities but . . . The P2000 takes either a 10 round (thanks NY) or a 13 round magazine. The 9+1 would be the P2000sk which in my opinion would be a better choice. You would need to get used to the shorter grip. The P2000sk also has a staggered recoil spring which you would appreciate with .357 Sig.

    All that said the P2000 is one of my favorite guns to shoot and hold very comfortable. For CC pick up a flat baseplate making sure it is for a P2000 as both the P2000 magazines and USP are interchangeable but the USP does not fit quite as well leaving a VERY SMALL gap.
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