I cant decide between the two. I like the SP due to its a revolver and I figure I can definately benifit from the dry fire practice, would be able to shoot a variety of ammo loadings from 38 to 357 to shot shell. I would have five rounds of 357 on tap and a 3"barrel. OR I like the 36 due to well its a glock, its a single stack, its a .45 and it fits my hand but both do. (secret, also looking at a 26&19 another debate). I like having the larger caliber (makes big hole) and the ease of reload of the 36. I am a slim guy 5'7 138lbs Im pretty sure I can easily conceal either. What I think I am having the biggest trouble with is a 45 is great for people but not animals and a 357 is great for both dont understand why the debate of material selection I dont understand why punching holes in someone and a animal are different. I would carry 85% small urban enviorment 15% rural/ woods. Looking to carry year round. I know most sd shots will prb be within 7yds but would consider stretching to 25-50 yds in more rural enviorment wild dogs, coyotes, general plinking etc. so med range accuracy I think could be gained from both.