Trade my Glock 36?


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ColdDayInHell
July 31, 2012, 04:28 PM
I bought a new Glock 36 earlier this month and I have been having trouble with the recoil of the .45ACP out of such a small gun. Recently I have been debating whether I should trade it for a Glock 19 or 26 (Gen 4's). I love the look of the G36 but it only holds 6+1 and I would really like a 9mm now. I am mad at myself for making such a rash impulse buy. I already have a Ruger SR9c which I love and can shoot very accurately with it. Maybe the G19 suits my needs better. What do you all think?

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chris in va
July 31, 2012, 05:32 PM
Sure, why not. Compact 45's aren't for everyone.

BP Hunter
July 31, 2012, 06:10 PM
No wait! I also have a Glock 36 and has been my carry for many years. I don't shoot 230gr from that small gun. It will just hurt. I reload and shoot 165gr bullets regularly and comfortably. My self defense ammo is the Hornady Critical Defense in 165gr. Try shooting the G36 with 165 gr ammo. You might feel the difference. Good luck.

Ledgehammer
July 31, 2012, 09:10 PM
I know recoil is subjective, but i found the g36 to be pretty mild. Anyway you already have an sr9c - no sense getting another 9 in the same size. Get a G17 if you really must. Youll be happy with the accuracy. Or just work on your grip - it does make a difference.

jfrey
July 31, 2012, 10:01 PM
Never had any problems wih my G36 except hollow points with big holes in the end of the bullet. I use the Hornady CD ammo because of that. My G19 shoots great with most everything. I say sell the sr9c and get a G19 instead. You can use the same holster for both the G19 and G36 so you save money there too. Face it, the G36 is a .45 so it is going to burp a little more than a G19. Same manual of arms for both guns.

WinThePennant
July 31, 2012, 10:22 PM
Get a G26. I love mine.

stolivar
July 31, 2012, 11:37 PM
It has a very manageable recoil. A lot better then the 36.



steve

ColdDayInHell
July 31, 2012, 11:46 PM
It has a very manageable recoil. A lot better then the 36.



steve
In MA, you can't buy new Springfields and they'd have to be on our approved roster. So when an XDs is in this state, it is always over $700. To have 5+1 of 45ACP in over $700, it does not make sense for me. Thanks anyways, but our laws are horrible. And I still might keep the G36. A guy offered me a G19C but I wouldn't want that to be my CCW. I might try a lighter bullet. Thanks THR!!!

Mr.357Sig
August 1, 2012, 12:01 AM
I used to carry a Kahr CW45. I didn't mind the recoil too much, but my wife hated it. I had some trust issues with the gun, so I sold it to fund my first 1911.

If you're not comfortable with your compact 45, I would most certainly recommend you trade it for a G19. The 19 is one of my favorite Glocks, with the perfect balance of capacity, size and firepower.

ColdDayInHell
August 1, 2012, 12:08 AM
How do you feel about a G23 with a 9mm conversion barrel?

Inebriated
August 1, 2012, 12:39 AM
2 things.
1) Work on your grip and stance, and see if you can conquer the recoil.
2) Get a G26. If you need something the size of a 19, you can always throw a 19 mag in and use a grip insert/spacer. But if you have a 19 and need something smaller, well... You'll need a dremel, sandpaper, and overnight yourself a 26 mag. :D

ColdDayInHell
August 1, 2012, 12:49 AM
I might be buying a Lone Wolf 3.5 lb trigger connector/spring set tomorrow. Does anyone have this installed in their Glock?

PabloJ
August 1, 2012, 01:17 AM
I would look into Lone Wolf G36 extended barrel with two ports instead of trading perfectly good gun away. Quite honestly I much prefer to pull trigger on my G29 (180grs @1000fps) instead of the LCP.

ColdDayInHell
August 1, 2012, 03:00 AM
I would look into Lone Wolf G36 extended barrel with two ports instead of trading perfectly good gun away. Quite honestly I much prefer to pull trigger on my G29 (180grs @1000fps) instead of the LCP.
How could I holster my G36 with a extended port barrel? It sounds good and is $125 but I'd like to see how the gun looks with the barrel installed. I will keep the gun and just sell something else. It seems that the G36 has a lot of love on here!

rskent
August 1, 2012, 05:26 AM
You might want to try a box of 185 XTPs. They make a noticeable difference recoil for me, and shoot very well.
But donít let it stop you from picking up a new Glock. ;)

RUT
August 1, 2012, 07:13 AM
C'mon.... Man up!! :p

One_Jackal
August 1, 2012, 08:51 AM
If you are not confident you can handle the Glock 36 with one hand after being hit with a pool cue I would dump it. Usually when someone breaks a pool cue over your head the next move is to stab you with the sharp remainder.

ColdDayInHell
August 1, 2012, 10:47 AM
I have been practicing with it one handed and I am getting better. I am using Federal 230gr ammo though. This is my only and first .45ACP so I am used to my 9mm's. I will give it more time and practice. I am keeping it! I will polish all the internals today to make the trigger smoother. Is Flitz or Mothers Mag polish better for the polishing?

BP Hunter
August 1, 2012, 12:19 PM
For some weird reason, the recoil seems to be less if I also shoot my 1911 and my G36 with one hand.

hentown
August 1, 2012, 02:17 PM
Other than the .40s, G36s are the only Glocks that I wouldn't own. I don't like the paucity of mag capacity and lack of higher-cap backup mags, but I also just don't like the feel of the G36.

Fotno
August 1, 2012, 02:41 PM
Before I settled on a G30, I tried out a G36 and I didn't care for it. My G30 feels like it was carved to fit my hands.

CPshooter
August 1, 2012, 04:45 PM
Not a fan of the G36 myself. I like that it is a relatively thin single-stack .45 and I even like that it doesn't have an accessory rail up front, but Glock really messed up when they were designing the grip and magazine. The curve of the back strap is totally awkward and nowhere near as natural feeling as a 19/23 or 26/27. The hump being at the very bottom is just weird. The magazine sticking out as much as it does for a pseudo 3-finger grip is dumb too. Had they gone with a slimmer version of the sub-compact 26/27 grip or the 19/23 grip, they would have had a real winner on their hands.

I don't blame you for wanting to get rid of it. That's all I'm saying.

bergmen
August 1, 2012, 05:05 PM
I have both the G19 and G36 as carry guns. I wouldn't part with either one of them for anything (but that is just my opinion).

The lack of capacity with the G36 doesn't bother me, I prefer the compactness of a single stacker in .45 acp. It holds two more rounds than either my LCR or 442 and they are just fine as carry revolvers.

Dan

ColdDayInHell
August 1, 2012, 05:07 PM
Here in MA, I could get $800 for this gun, but I am going to keep it. I am polishing the trigger parts now.

cocojo
August 1, 2012, 05:12 PM
If you don't care for the recoil of the 36 don't buy the Glock 23 in 40. Stick with the 9mm either the 19, 26 or 17 all three are great pistols. I prefer the 19 it's a good size, not too small and not too big. In fact the 36 and 19 are just about the same size, so any holsters you might have purchased should fit. Plus ammo is much cheaper.

bergmen
August 1, 2012, 05:23 PM
If you don't care for the recoil of the 36 don't buy the Glock 23 in 40. Stick with the 9mm either the 19, 26 or 17 all three are great pistols. I prefer the 19 it's a good size, not too small and not too big. In fact the 36 and 19 are just about the same size, so any holsters you might have purchased should fit. Plus ammo is much cheaper.

Yep:

http://inlinethumb12.webshots.com/51403/2784298710053667879S600x600Q85.jpg http://inlinethumb64.webshots.com/49791/2106373630053667879S600x600Q85.jpg

Holsters fit both perfectly. I now have TruGlo TFO's on both and they are the beezneez.

Dan

ColdDayInHell
August 1, 2012, 11:28 PM
Cool. I'll buy the G19 sometime soon. Thanks THR!

coalman
August 2, 2012, 01:43 AM
Step up to Glock 30 or down to Glock 26 for me. Both work well. IMO the G36 gives up too much.

ColdDayInHell
August 2, 2012, 02:01 AM
I have to agree that I hate the fact that it is the only Glock with a low ammo capacity and does not accept other magazines, is a little snappy, and is the only Glock whose only purpose is in the self defense category.

chicharrones
August 2, 2012, 11:44 AM
(The XDS) It has a very manageable recoil. A lot better then the 36.



steve

Seriously? A smaller gun with a smaller grip length has easier to manage recoil?

I got to try that XDS out. :scrutiny:

RUT
August 2, 2012, 12:14 PM
Face it, recoil is totally subjective.

ColdDayInHell
August 2, 2012, 03:57 PM
Seriously? A smaller gun with a smaller grip length has easier to manage recoil?

I got to try that XDS out. :scrutiny:
And holds one less round.

CPshooter
August 2, 2012, 07:50 PM
Seriously? A smaller gun with a smaller grip length has easier to manage recoil?

I got to try that XDS out. I believe it. Haven't shot one yet, but it seems to have a thicker grip (from front to back) due to the longer .45 cartridge (like a 1911), while still keeping the more ergonomic back strap of the XD design. I can tell just from looking at it that it's going to be a good shooter. I've shot everything out there and the XD is by far the easiest gun for me to shoot accurately. I don't even have to try and the center of a target starts getting punched out rather quickly with no flyers. Still prefer a Glock 26 for concealed carry and a USP .45f for night stand duty, but the XD cannot be beat in terms of how shootable it is. This is just my opinion, but I own and have owned several guns from all manufacturers, so my opinion is 100% unbiased. Oddly enough, I don't even own any XDs anymore. Need to buy another .40 some day.

chicharrones
August 3, 2012, 01:04 AM
Seriously, I really would like to try out an XDS. It looks like an awesome rat gun. :cool:

Until then, all I can do is look at photos.

http://www.xdtalk.com/forums/sa-xd-xd-m-range-reports/208525-xds-vs-glock-36-comparison-1st-xds-range-trip.html

http://www.xdtalk.com/forums/general-sa-xd-xd-m-talk/205824-xds-comparison-photos-glock-36-ruger-lc9-s-w-shield.html

Robbins290
August 3, 2012, 12:26 PM
if i were to trade my 30sf, i would glady get a 26.

CTGunner
August 3, 2012, 08:11 PM
I did a little xds report with pictures www.operationswift.com

I think the recoil on the xds is pretty manageable but it certainly is subjective.

chicharrones
August 3, 2012, 11:45 PM
I did a little xds report with pictures www.operationswift.com

I think the recoil on the xds is pretty manageable but it certainly is subjective.

Yep, recoil is subjective. In my hands, my Glock 36 has less felt recoil than my Taurus 85 UltraLite .38 Snubnose revolver with hard plastic Crimson Trace grip. I tolerate shooting +P in the Taurus, in contrast to I actually like shooting my 36.

I figure that the XDS ought to feel somewhere in between the two, just by looking at specifications. Except, I don't know that personally. Yet. :cool:

riomedinamike
August 4, 2012, 12:05 AM
Shoot 5 rounds out of a S&W x frame 460 or 500, or 6 full power 44 mag rounds from a Scandium N Frame, and then go shoot the 36.

It will feel like a 22 in comparison.

Eb1
August 4, 2012, 12:21 AM
The only thing I dislike about the G36 is the finger bite I get when the new round is loaded from the magazine.

chicharrones
August 4, 2012, 05:13 PM
Shoot 5 rounds out of a S&W x frame 460 or 500, or 6 full power 44 mag rounds from a Scandium N Frame . . .

Uh, no. :D

DefiantDad
August 4, 2012, 05:42 PM
I bought a new Glock 36 earlier this month and I have been having trouble with the recoil of the .45ACP out of such a small gun. Recently I have been debating whether I should trade it for a Glock 19 or 26 (Gen 4's). I love the look of the G36 but it only holds 6+1 and I would really like a 9mm now. I am mad at myself for making such a rash impulse buy. I already have a Ruger SR9c which I love and can shoot very accurately with it. Maybe the G19 suits my needs better. What do you all think?
I am almost the opposite of your situation. I already have a Glock 19. I *love* it. I love it more than my Beretta (which I am starting to like more and more, as I practice more with it, but the Glock is just great.).

I also love the Glock 17. Every 17 I have rented to shoot, I love. I shoot the 17 somehow better than the 19. I can never figure it out.

I have my eyes on the 36. It is on my list of purchases next. I wanted the 36 as the backup gun because it is way easier to conceal. The 6+1 is fine, because I intend it as the backup gun.

However, I also want a larger Glock in .45 so I might go for either the 30 or the 21.

(I had decided I will just go with either 9mm or .45 and not try the .40 - which is mostly making a good balance between capacity and stopping power).

So, I am not you but if I were you, I'd KEEP the 36 for CCW/backup, and then buy a 9mm in either Glock 19 or 17. You still should have two guns (strictly speaking, two in the same caliber) backing each other up but I think a Glock in 9mm and then your 36 should be a great combo.

SpentCasing
August 4, 2012, 07:06 PM
Just get the G19. It really is a fantastic gun. I have 2 Gen4 G19 at the moment.

CPshooter
August 5, 2012, 11:12 AM
Can anyone comment on the slide width of the Glock 36? To me, it looks like the slide is the same exact width as any of the 9mm Glocks, but instead of the frame being wider like on the 9mms, the frame is thinner and about the same overall width as the slide.

The reason I'm asking is because the specs given on Glock's website say it is 1.13" wide. The Glock 17/19/26 are 1.18" wide. I find it hard to believe that the significantly thinner grip of the 36 is only .05" thinner than the 9mm Glocks. On my 26, the frame sticks out about 1/16 - 1/8" from the slide on EACH side.

So either the Glock 36 slide is fatter than the 9mm slides, or Glock's published specs are wrong for one of the two.

GlackAttack
August 5, 2012, 05:22 PM
If you are going to get a 9mm glock, I say go with the glock 26 or glock 34. No sense in getting the 19 because its about the same size as the sr9c. I absolutely love my glock 34 target model. Soo accurate! And the recoil is nothing. I love the feel of the g36 but I've never been lucky enough to shoot one.

chicharrones
August 5, 2012, 11:44 PM
Can anyone comment on the slide width of the Glock 36? To me, it looks like the slide is the same exact width as any of the 9mm Glocks, but instead of the frame being wider like on the 9mms, the frame is thinner and about the same overall width as the slide.

What's the slide width on your Glock 26?

My Glock 36 measures 1.0" across the slide and where the frame meets the slide. It gets a little wider at the grip's "palm swell" (1.10") with the max width at the bulged out part of the thumb rests (1.17"). Interesting that it is thicker than Glock's specs, as if 0.04" was something to worry about.

PRM
August 6, 2012, 12:08 PM
We were recently issued the Glock 36 as a duty weapon. At first I was not that taken with it - but, the more I shoot it, the more I like it. I would put more rounds downrange before making a decision. Why not get both and have options???

ColdDayInHell
August 6, 2012, 04:08 PM
I still have my 36, I just got a new holster and it carries even better. I may get the G19 sometime later this year. Thanks THR, I actually really like the G36. It has been growing on me.

CPshooter
August 6, 2012, 05:35 PM
What's the slide width on your Glock 26?

My Glock 36 measures 1.0" across the slide and where the frame meets the slide. It gets a little wider at the grip's "palm swell" (1.10") with the max width at the bulged out part of the thumb rests (1.17"). Interesting that it is thicker than Glock's specs, as if 0.04" was something to worry about.
I don't have a way of getting a precise measurement, but using a tape measure I'm looking at exactly 1" for my g26 slide. Looks like my suspicions were accurate. Slides are basically the same width, but the g36 grip is thinner. I wonder how the g36 does with long-term reliability. I know the .45acp is a relatively low pressure cartridge, but I can't help but wonder when the other Glock .45s have such beefy slides compared to the g36. I've heard that the g36 is the "problem child" of the Glock family, but I know this is probably just internet rumors being blown out of proportion.

I held a g36 again the other day when I went to pick up my new 26 and to my surprise it felt MUCH better than I had remembered. I am now intrigued by this single-stack .45 and might be putting it on my short list once I get my NC CCP.

bergmen
August 6, 2012, 06:01 PM
The only thing I dislike about the G36 is the finger bite I get when the new round is loaded from the magazine.

If you put Pearce +0 extensions on your mags, that won't happen anymore.

http://inlinethumb28.webshots.com/48411/2664672550053667879S600x600Q85.jpg

Dan

WinThePennant
August 6, 2012, 06:05 PM
That image is either a +1 or a +2.

ColdDayInHell
August 6, 2012, 06:07 PM
If you put Pearce +0 extensions on your mags, that won't happen anymore.

http://inlinethumb28.webshots.com/48411/2664672550053667879S600x600Q85.jpg

Dan
Yeah I have the Plus Zero, it makes a huge difference. My pinky rides right in the grooves and it fits perfect in my hand.

ColdDayInHell
August 6, 2012, 06:09 PM
That image is either a +1 or a +2.
And no, that image is the Plus Zero. The mag sticks out even farther with the Plus One. The G36 is designed that way, don't forget it's a single stack .45ACP. Here's a quick couple pictures with the Pearce Plus Zero extension, it fits my hand like a glove.

http://i46.tinypic.com/xg8sg.jpg

http://i48.tinypic.com/1775mq.jpg

bergmen
August 6, 2012, 06:37 PM
That image is either a +1 or a +2.

That image is of my G36 with a Pearce +0 extension. I have them on all of my mags:

http://inlinethumb43.webshots.com/47914/2808387090053667879S600x600Q85.jpg

Here is what a +1 extension looks like on a G36:

http://inlinethumb60.webshots.com/42235/2079664340053667879S600x600Q85.jpg

Dan

WinThePennant
August 6, 2012, 09:13 PM
OK, I guess I was wrong. The +0 on my G26 doesn't have a flat bottom like that.

ColdDayInHell
August 6, 2012, 09:22 PM
Yeah the G26 just has a curved mag floorplate right? My SR9c came with those, they actually feel great in your hand but they print too much when I carry.

chicharrones
August 6, 2012, 10:32 PM
I held a g36 again the other day when I went to pick up my new 26 and to my surprise it felt MUCH better than I had remembered. I am now intrigued by this single-stack .45 and might be putting it on my short list once I get my NC CCP.

It's a weird grip to me. Sometimes when grabbing the 36 it feels fine and other times it feels less fine. It's the length vs. width ratio of the 36's grip.

However, when it comes shooting time, the grip feels really good (w/ Pearce +0s) and it seems to help with recoil and pointing while shooting rapidly. :cool:

http://www.lssdigital.com/lwpilot/36.jpg

ColdDayInHell
August 6, 2012, 10:35 PM
It's a weird grip to me. Sometimes when grabbing the 36 it feels fine and other times it feels less fine. It's the length vs. width ratio of the 36's grip.

However, when it comes shooting time, the grip feels really good (w/ Pearce +0s) and it seems to help with recoil and pointing while shooting rapidly. :cool:

http://www.lssdigital.com/lwpilot/36.jpg
How did you get the recoil spring end to get so shiny? Plastic polish?

chicharrones
August 6, 2012, 10:55 PM
No polish, that's just flash glare from a cell phone camera and the gun had a lower round count.

Here's a dirty photo for ya with a pair of Rugers. :D

http://www.lssdigital.com/lwpilot/LC9-size-3.jpg

ColdDayInHell
August 6, 2012, 11:07 PM
LCP,LC9,G36? And yeah that looks shiny, my round count is only at 125. I love it though and I would regret selling it. I chose to keep it about a week ago, it's a sweet gun. The LC9 in MA has a crazy long trigger pull and I stay away from it. It is a great gun minus that trigger.

chicharrones
August 6, 2012, 11:29 PM
LCP,LC9,G36?

Correct!

I find the LC9 a tad harder to grip and control while firing than the 36. The 36 almost feels like a range gun compared to that LC9.

ColdDayInHell
August 20, 2012, 07:48 AM
So I still have problems with keeping the Glock 36 down and the muzzle flip is getting to me. I almost have a deal for a Gen 4 Glock 19. What do you all think? And do you know if Glock can reapply the black coating on the barrel if it was polished off?

Al

ColdDayInHell
August 20, 2012, 08:04 AM
170193170194

Here's the pictures that the seller sent me. I hope that he accepts the trade. It only has 150 rounds through it. Gen 4 I so beautiful.

Fiv3r
August 20, 2012, 08:06 AM
My first Glock was a 36 which i foolishly traded off. It was toward my 21, which is my favorite all around pistol, but i wish i had held onto the 36. My main gripe was lack of accessories and interchangeable parts that so many other Glocks have.

I gnashed my teeth over this one for the better part of a year. However, i think my heart has been able to move on with my new G26. Due to budget and firearm familiarity, I no longer feel undergunned with 10+1 of quality 9mm nor can i practice enough with. 45 to stay adequate. I actually shoot the 26 better as well. I also like the fact that so many parts and mags can be used with the 26.

I still wish I had kept my 36, but I'm getting along just fine with the 26 :)

ColdDayInHell
August 20, 2012, 08:27 AM
The G26 is a very versatile handgun. But I want the G19 first. I have a first gen G17 with Austrian proofs but it's not a CCW. The 19 is a great carry gun and a really good size for me. I have the Ruger SR9c which I carry a lot so the G26 would be useless to me at this point as they are the same size. Thanks for the reply , the G36 is cool but it's too light for a 45 and I don't like that it's not interchangeable either.

Fiv3r
August 20, 2012, 10:40 AM
There is nothing wrong with the 19:) I debated the issue myself between a 26 and 19 and finally settled on the 26 because I needed a deep concealment piece that could pull a few roles from EDC to range use to HD and could be modified to offer more firepower should the need arise.

After a series of early morning robberies in my place of business' neighborhood (also very close to my daughter's day care and not in a "bad neighborhood" by any definition of the word), I decided that I didn't feel as warm and fuzzy with an LCP or LCR in my pocket. I can dress around a 19 (hell, I sometimes dress around my 21), however, the very short grip on the 26 proves to be best for my needs.

You have an SR9c (a pistol I was very on the fence about had I not had issues with my original SR9), so yes, a 26 doesn't bring much to the table. Enjoy the 19, if you get it:) Great pistol and certainly on my list to get one day:evil:

ColdDayInHell
August 20, 2012, 11:16 AM
Yeah the 19 will be great this fall and winter. I am thin so it'll print more in the summer but I love the 19. Thanks for the advice !

stolivar
August 20, 2012, 09:27 PM
Get the XDS in 45. No muzzle flip.


steve

rvanpelt
August 20, 2012, 11:53 PM
I love my G36. :) I've owned it for over 10 yrs.but they're not for everyone. Before you shoot it again, buy a Hogue rubber grip sleeve for it and the mag extender. They will help you manage the recoil better. Going to a lighter bullet will help as several have suggested. I use the 230 gr. but much smaller will be big enough. I just put night sights on it and love it more.
Rod

ColdDayInHell
August 25, 2012, 11:22 PM
I traded my 36 today for a new Gen4 G19 and I am excited. The 19 shoots like a dream and I couldn't be happier. I am thankful for all the helpful replies and suggestions. I went with the 19 due to the mid size and the 9mm round. I can shoot it comfortably without sacrificing grip or weight. No wonder why people say it's the best gun on the planet. :what:

WinThePennant
August 25, 2012, 11:41 PM
I traded my 36 today for a new Gen4 G19 and I am excited. The 19 shoots like a dream and I couldn't be happier. I am thankful for all the helpful replies and suggestions. I went with the 19 due to the mid size and the 9mm round. I can shoot it comfortably without sacrificing grip or weight. No wonder why people say it's the best gun on the planet. :what:
Great choice!

I love my Gen 4 G19 - A wonderful gun!

ColdDayInHell
August 25, 2012, 11:44 PM
http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/7074/img08251g.jpg

Inebriated
August 26, 2012, 12:10 AM
Nice! You'll probably shoot that more, and more comfortably, considering ammo cost and 9mm recoil.

I wish I could like the compact Glocks... The sub-compacts are just so good in my hands, though.

ColdDayInHell
August 26, 2012, 12:34 AM
Great choice!

I love my Gen 4 G19 - A wonderful gun!
Thanks. She is a beautiful gun. Haters will hate.

marksman13
September 23, 2012, 06:45 PM
I picked up a 36 on Monday. I love it. I think I have now owned almost every model Glock makes at some point minus the 45 GAP models and the long slides. I really like this 36. After a couple mags to acclimate myself to it, it started punching out the center of the silhouette at 20 yards. I don't think the recoil is bad at all. Of course I was shooting it next to my Bodyguard 380 that I bought the same day and that Bodyguard is pretty snappy.

The only issue I had was my thumb riding just under the slide lock lever and causing the slide to lock back in the middle of a loaded mag. I adjusted my grip slightly and never had the problem again. Overall, I'd have to say I am very pleased with this little 45.

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