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Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by etivac, May 19, 2006.
How much is the going rate for a new Glock 36 in Manila with license?
Come on, someone must have an idea...
P40,000 at Hahn.
P38k at Twinpines/Casa Armas
I dunno about you guys but I find the G36 large for my hands (I'm 5'9" and tip the scales at 180 lbs.).
Almost the same size as the G19.
15+1 rounds of 9mm vs. 6+1 rounds of 45.
Hmmm. . .
I'll take the .45
Did Glock 36 have feeding problems? From what I heard, it's not selling well, that's why it's heavily advertised.
I'd go for the Glock 19 and 26 for concealed carry.
i go for a g30
The G30 has a thick grip. At first, I always felt I was going to lose control of the gun in successive, rapid fire. But the main problem with it is the near impossibility of chambering a round from a fully loaded mag. The thing needs short of a pair of hydraulic arms to fully cycle the slide.
The nines in the Glock line still reign supreme. For .45s, give me the 1911 anytime.
i have big hands thats why it feels just right and im kinda big thats why it aint that hard to cycle the slide.
Ditto on that.
The advantage that Glock is trying to sell the G36 over the G30 is that the G36 is a single stack which makes it slimmer. Hence, according to Glock, easier to conceal.