My Personal Experience with a Glock 36

My Personal Experience with a Glock 36

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    My Personal Experience with a Glock 36

    No jams, no FTE, no FTF, eats all ammo, and feels great to shoot.

    Glock 36 Flawless at Range - YouTube

    Glock 36 Review at the Range - YouTube

    I was thinking about getting a kimber ultra carry II as my next firearm, but I might go with another Glock 36 to match simply because of the light weight, accuracy in 45, and reliability. Someone said that Glocks are the AK47 of handguns. I believe them.
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    Glock 36 is the only firearm that I actually bought a second one just to have. I went to the range one day, with my adult son, and after seeing his face when he was shooting the 36, I couldn't help making it a present for him. So now I'm back down to one.

    To me, the 36 is a fantastic concealed carry gun, and one of those I'd never trade away.

    Glad you like yours.
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    I agree; my Glock 36 is flawless and so easy to carry and shoot. Hundreds of rounds through it and never a problem. Carry in an UBG Striker. Great little pistol.

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    My Glock-36 is my EDC for reasons of comfort, dependability, accuracy, simplicity, and at a fair price...I'm glad you're discovering the same.
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    Amen, retsupt99.

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    Sounds like you found the gun you can trust. Thanks for the post and links.
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    I am a large guy (big ham-hands, you know?) and find the small "pocket rockets" that are so popular as BUGs to be too small to operate. The G36 has filled a role of deep concealment gun for sometime now. But, a few months ago I started experimenting with it as a BUG (or, rather, ALTERNATE FIREARM), carried OWB weak side.

    I do not carry it daily in that role, but, when I do, it is light and conceals perfectly well. Combine that with the fact that it is reliable, accurate and easy to manipulate makes the G36 a darned hard gun for me to live without.
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    Glock 36 is a excellent CC pistol. Congrats on a fine choice and thanks for the review and videos...
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    I've been wanting a Glock 36 for awhile. With all these Glock 36 threads and reviews, It's making me crazy. I probably don't NEED it right now. But I WANT it
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    To add to the chorus: my G36 is the best working auto I have, period. I'm still waiting for it to fail after four years.

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    Have had mine for about 2 years. +1 for everything said in the other posts.
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    I also carry a G36 and started using it in IDPA...also haven't experienced any failures whatsoever!

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    My Glock 36 is great and I really like the fact that the slide is dehorned so it reholsters easier than my G19.
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    I sometimes carry a G30 and a Kimber CDP II. Both have their advantages. I'm more picky about where I carry the Kimber, (weather, mud, dust, etc.). I have no qualms about getting the G30 wet, muddy, dirty or anything else. Get the Kimber though, you won't be sorry.

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    Just purchased a Glock 36 over the weekend. Sold my Kimber Pro CDP II to finance. Looking forward to running it through the paces tomorrow at the range. I hope it performs as everyone has indicated.
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