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Glock G36

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by orphanedcowboy, Mar 3, 2009.

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  1. orphanedcowboy

    orphanedcowboy Member

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    I was offered the opportunity to purchase a G36 from a family member, has Trijicon NS, 4 Factory mags, Extended Slide Release, Extended Mag Release, 3.5lb Connector, Pearce extenders, box, all the goodies, and 5 boxes Winchester 230gr FMJ, for $500. He bought the basic gun for $550 and added everything else. The gun has never been fired and he needed to sell it asap, so I brought it home this morning.

    I have several compact and sub compact Glocks, but I am not sure about the slimmer stature of the G36. But here in about an hour she will no longer be new, I will be down around a couple hundred rounds and I will know if she's a keeper or a throw back.

    Here she is all clean and new, I can't be having that:D
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  2. tuckerdog1

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    VERY sweet deal! Even in my sorry financial position, it'd be hard to say "No" to that.

    Congrats,

    Tuckerdog1
     
  3. distra

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    Did good! Nice pistol, excellent carry piece. Mine is in the carry rotation for summer since it is nice and thin. :D
     
  4. ironvic

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    Oh yeeeeahhh, the Glock 36... I liked mine but lusted for a Kimber .45. The Kimber's nice, but that 36... Gotta get another. You got an excellent deal. Enjoy-you're not likely to want to throw her back into the pool.
     
  5. azhunter122

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    So what's the difference between this and the model 30?
     
  6. Magnus1959

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    Congratulations. Good deal!
     
  7. Anyname

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    I prefer the slimmer G36 to the double stack version. I seems like the point of a compact gun is to make it concealable, and the single stack G36 is good in that respect,
     
  8. azhunter122

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    Thanks Anyname, I appreciate it.
     
  9. CountGlockula

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    If you're not happy with it, throw it my way!

    Width-The G36 is a Slim Frame model.
     
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