I was talking to a guy at work about Glocks. He has shotguns and his only handgun is a Glock 36. I was saying I love my Glock 26, he said he hates Glock 36. He said he bought it new and it fails to eject on about every round. He says he has shot 25 rounds through it and gave up. He is kicking around the idea of selling it to me for $200. I am hoping to go shooting with him in the next few weeks. He loves Berettas and I have a 92FS Compact that he can shoot (only) no trading! I would love to get my hands on that Glock 36. I know you can limp wrist a Glock, so I'm not sure if that is what he is doing. I searched for Glock 36 threads and there is mixed results, some people have shot thousands of rounds without problems, and some have had nothing but problems. Some have said it is the most troublesome of all of the Glocks. I figured if it was a mechanical issue I have plenty of leverage with a Glock at such a good price. The little devil on my shoulder says if I shoot four rounds and it doesn't jam to make sure I limp wrist it on the next couple. Anyone have thoughts over it.