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G30 = nice... G36 = ??????

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Bunker, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. Bunker

    Bunker

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    :supergrin::supergrin:Love, love, love my G30. What about the G36 as a back up partner?
    Just curious on your thoughts. Bunker
     
  2. SagKC

    SagKC

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    That's my .45ACP choices...primary G30, BUG G36...:supergrin:
    Both accurate, with the additional capacity of the G30, a chunky sweet shooter, and the slim, thin, easy to conceal G36 to back him up!
     

  3. seaswol

    seaswol NRA Life Member

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    I would not choose a G36 as a backup to a G30. A 30 or 36 as a backup to a G21 maybe. My daily gun is my .380 where ever I go. When not at work, I'll add my G29 in an IWB holster.
    Chris
     
  4. Rusty Shackleford

    Rusty Shackleford mmhmm

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    I actually sold my G30 last week, but I will never part with my 36.
     
  5. Jim S.

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    The only problem with this is that you will eventually love the 36 even more than the 30 and soon the 30 will be a backup to your 36.
    (Look out)
     
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    All I can add or say is... I love the 36. It's accurate reliable and a joy to carry. It is all I need and more...Not that I won't own a 30. I know that a 30 is in my future too...
     
  7. Slug71

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    Im selling mine! :supergrin:

    But its a really nice gun. Its just not comfortable for the wife to shoot, too much recoil and shes never shot before and she was really against me getting a gun in the first place. Need to get something that will make her comfortable first.

    I just recommend you buy a Pearce +1 or +0 extension for one or both of your mags.
    I have a +1 on one of them and its way more comfortable to shoot. It seems to pinch my pinkie between the frame and the stock mag. sometimes.
    But it is a great gun and i wish i could afford something else and keep this one but its only a month old.
     
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