I know that one forum member was possibly interested in the 36.
Glock Model 36
Slimline “Perfection” from Glock
Way back in October of 1982, I entered the U.S. Army, committed to becoming a Military Policeman.
The duty sidearm, at that time, was the Government Model .45 ACP.
Needless to say, my early training at the hands of my military instructors gave me a deep and abiding appreciation for the .45 ACP cartridge.
I can't say, however, that I ever grew to truly love carrying a sidearm that large with only a seven round capacity and that proved sometimes inconvenient to conceal when carried off-duty.
Further, carrying a weapon cocked-and-locked tended to raise a few eyebrows for those who weren't as educated.
Enter the Glock Model 36: much lighter; much smaller; no hammer-back carry to raise eyebrows; easier to conceal off duty; and, in the configuration I have mine, carrying eight rounds of .45 ACP.
When Glock introduced the Model 36, it was a breakaway gun for them: a design that incorporated all of the safety and functionality of other Glocks, but unique in that it had only a single-stack magazine. Prior to the Model 36, Glock had two other pistols in .45 ACP available:........................................ .............................
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