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P2000SK vs Glock 36

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by ROC77, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. ROC77

    ROC77

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    Looking for opinions on both...I own a USPc .45 and love it...I have heard many problems with the glock 36 FTE/FTF???? any advice is appreciated
     
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    They are totally different. The SK comes chambered in 9mm, 357Sig, or 40s&w. The G36 is a single stack 45. Personally, I prefer the G30 over the G36 due to the extra capacity. The P2000SK is a great subcompact. I love mine.
     

  3. ROC77

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    what caliber do you own in the SK??????? I think I have my mind made up...just kickin around some more feedback and waitin on the funds.
     
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    Mine is a 9mm.
     
  5. wade farley

    wade farley Sonic 357 sig

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    :cool: Mine is a 40Cal. The 357sig is'nt out yet, or I would have it! It is supposed to be out this year. It's even in the Catalog. Get the 40Cal. Then when the 357sig comes out, get the 357sig barrel. Wa....La... two guns in one!;z ;z ;z ;z
     
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    NoComp The Shootist

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    own both, love both. New to the Glock stuff, with a recently purchased G36. Shot 250+ rds yesterday and it worked like a champ. I was very accurate with it, and I like the sights ALOT!
    I really love my 2000sk too. The trigger is VERY fast once you get used to it. With the 2000sk, you don't need to release the trigger all the way after a shot. Just barely let it go forward and it's ready. It takes some getting used to, but it's very smooth and quick.

    My recommendation, buy Both. :)
     
  7. ROC77

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    Well I wish i had your money...have you had any problems with your 36 not ejecting the rounds??????????
     
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    NoComp The Shootist

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    No problems re-cycling rounds at all with either.
    Th G36 has had about 280 rd of UMC and 1 WWB - 50 rds 230Gr HP.
    The Sk, has had about 750 rounds through it with no malfunctions, assorted ammo.
     
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    NoComp The Shootist

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    Check that, one stove pipe with G36 yesterday, using same ball ammo. It was early in the range session, so don't know if I limp wristed this one. Not typical for me limp wrist. Remaining 150+ rounds functioned flawlessly.

    P2000Sk, - put about 200 rounds through yesterday also.
    The more I shot this gun, the more I like it. :)
     
  10. ROC77

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    you probably didn't but i think limp wristing is not the only shooter error out there. The 36 is sensitive to anticipation or if you dip the gun trying to throw rounds down range. Its all about slide speed...36 needs every bit it can.

    Just waiting for an opportunity to sell the 36 and get a 2000sk .40cal
     
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    You won't regret it. The P2000SK is a great small pistol.
     
  12. wade farley

    wade farley Sonic 357 sig

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    :cool: P2000sk, Mine's a 40cal. had it since last year, End of Aug. Can't say enough good things about it! ;f Have fun & stay safe!;i
     
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    p2000sk v2 LEM in 40cal here. picked up last night!