This is a discussion on Glock 36 Impressions... within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; You chose wisely with the G36. A G36 was the first Glock I bought...after being a rabid Glock hater for years. I liked it a ...
You chose wisely with the G36.
A G36 was the first Glock I bought...after being a rabid Glock hater for years. I liked it a lot. A buddy liked it more, and I was looking at at G26's...so, I traded.
And missed it. Missed it so much I bought another G36.
Ended up getting my original G36 back from my buddy (he decided he liked G30's better). I did, briefly, carry twin G36's...just because I could. My G26 went down the road; just liked that G36 more.
So, I say two thumbs up for your purchase!
There are no dangerous weapons; there are only dangerous men.--RAH
...man fights with his mind; the weapons are incidental.--Jeff Cooper
There is a reason they try and make small bullets act like big bullets--Glockmann10mm
Had lunch with my 2 brothers the other day and we started talking about the 2-day course we took at Front Site. It was about 2 years ago and we were recalling some of the handguns the instructors were carrying. I noticed that a Mr. Bishop was carrying a Wilson Combat .45acp. It was holstered but you could still the logo on the grip. I was carrying my G36. I asked Mr. Bishop how well he liked his Wilson. He said to me in his slow southern drawl "well,if you want a love affair you carry a 1911,if you want a gun that shoots,you carry a Glock". We were best of friends the rest of the time I was there. My 2 brothers carry 1911's, I am the only Glock freak of the three. If you don't own a Glock,you don't know the feeling when it goes bang every time you squeeze the trigger.