Originally Posted by spcwes
Agreed and I carried a glock 21 on duty for a couple years and it is on my list in the top 3 as one of the best 45 ACP handguns ever but the Glock 36 having a slide not even as wide as the 9mm/40SW frames means not only can it be done but means that it has been done already.
My wife shoots the Glock 21 as well as any handgun she has ever picked up but her hands are to small to shoot it well one handed especially if it was wet or bloody. But she LOVES the weapon though and is a big fan of the 45ACP as it is an easy caliber to shoot well.
She is excited to handle the new Glock 30s as am I.
The 30S is in high demand, glock is pouring them out at a rate of 3 -4 thousand a day, they are selling as soon as they hit the shelves.
I got mine on blue label and am very happy with it, 11 rounds of 45 acp is very hard to beat
(505 BLUE LABEL COST)