Originally Posted by Chipotle
I'm the original owner of the G36 that led to a lawsuit against Glock.
See the comments at the site
to see that a new G36 was purchased last year with this exact issue.
The design has a defect that Glock 1) will not acknowledge, and 2) shows in some of the G36s.
Most G36s work fine.
It is fun to throw out the "limp-wrist" label. It takes more effort to know the facts.
I bought a problematic/defective Glock 36 back in 2010. It is still the worst gun I've purchased, a lemon no doubt. I know a few guys with G36's who have had no issues at all but you and I were not so lucky.