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Glock 36 - price?

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by etivac, May 19, 2006.


  1. etivac

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    How much is the going rate for a new Glock 36 in Manila with license?

    Salamat po.
     

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  2. etivac

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  6. Django

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    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. . .

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    I'll take the .45 :supergrin:
     
  8. isuzu

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    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.
     
  9. MR_BIG

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    i go for a g30;)
     
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    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.;)
     
  11. MR_BIG

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    i have big hands thats why it feels just right and im kinda big thats why it aint that hard to cycle the slide.
     
  12. isuzu

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    Ditto on that.
     
  13. Kiddo

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    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.