Another boring pick a gun post.

Another boring pick a gun post.

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    Another boring pick a gun post.

    Hi everyone. I've been trying to get a Ruger LCP for a few months now as a bug and had a few chances to but just didn't go get it. Now I'm really tossing around the idea of not purchasing the LCP to get either a Glock 27 or a Glock 36 used. I've read several posts on these guns but just can't decide. I have plenty of 45 ammo and like the slim grip of the 36. The 30 model is just too thick of a grip for me currently I carry a 1911 so I like the slimness of the 36. How does the 27 compare with the 36? I haven't been able to compare them in real life.

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    Ahhhh, a Glock-36, now you're talking.
    My EDC is a Kimber Ultra CDP, but my Harley gun is a Glock-36.
    I used to hate Glocks...
    I thought all Glocks looked and felt like bricks, that is, until I picked up the Glock-36. The grip is thinner than all the other Glocks. I knew I loved the gun when I picked it up.
    I bought it and only put a set of Trijicon night sights on it...the rest is stock.
    Using that G-36, brought me to my second Glock...a '26'.

    You'll love the G-36, a dependable firearm that is extremely easy to conceal.

    Stay armed...Go Glock, ...stay safe!
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    G36 IMO, especially if you already have .45 ammo for your 1911.

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    Another vote for the G36 since you already have a supply of .45 ammo on hand.
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    I'll cast another vote for the G36. Absolutely love mine!
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    LCP won't be too much fun (if at all) at the range. If you just want a tiny pocket pistol, LCP will fit the bill. I'd get the Glock. LCP way too small for my hands and I would rather have a fun range worthy gun.
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