New G 36

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    New G 36

    So I went out today most likely intending to buy a Glock 30, but instead I bought a Glock 36. Felt better in my hand. Plan to take it to the range tomorrow. :)

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    That's a good looking gun! I have the G30, and I really love it. Have fun with it, and be safe.
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    That is one great gun. I have a G26.
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    Great firearm.
    Somewhat misunderstood and often neglected.
    Hint: Use a firm grip and a locked wrist.
    The G36 usually does not like limp wristed shooters.

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    I had a G36 and liked it fine but I shoot 9MMs and .380s
    better so I traded it on a M&P9c .
    If I remember right your husband wanted you to get a
    .45 cal so he should be happy now too.
    I think you will like your new GLOCK .
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    I bought a used one from a cop.....love it, it is my companion.
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    Congrats! My G36 goes with me almost everywhere.

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    That is sweet. The G36 is on my short-list.

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    Welcome to the club. I love mine.

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    Congrats on the 36! I love mine so much that when the opportunity came up to trade a "safe queen" for yet another 36, I jumped on it!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ASSA9 View Post
    I had a G36 and liked it fine but I shoot 9MMs and .380s
    better so I traded it on a M&P9c .
    If I remember right your husband wanted you to get a
    .45 cal so he should be happy now too.
    I think you will like your new GLOCK .
    Yes he did, lol. So when the tax refund rolled in he said to go for it.
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    Congrats on the purchase. I carried a G36 daily for a long time and it served me well. I could limp wrist it and any of the other "issues" and I never had a malfunction...gave it up only because the M&P 45compact fits my hand much better and my comp/range gun is a M&P 9l and it just made sense to carry the same platform...

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    Ya gotta love Glock!!!
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    good choice and welcome to the glock club
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    Nice!! Congrats and be safe.
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