GUN Glock 36

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  1. 1979TA

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    I was able to put about 50 rounds through one yesterday in some situational training and I felt very comfortable and accurate with it. Only problem is, I didn't get a chance to try to conceal it or have I seen anyone concealing one. Anyone have any thoughts on this gun as a carry gun?

    P.S. the majority of my carry is ankle carry due to being dressed up at work 8 hours a day 5 days a week :squint:
     
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    Damn.... that seems like it would be a heavy/bulky gun for ankle carry.
     
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    KNYTE I'm Not Kidding.

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    Get a Kahr or Keltec if you want to have something compact for ankle carry.
     
  4. I carry a G29. The G36 is .1" narrower and actually a bit taller. I couldn't imagine trying to carry something like that on my ankle.
     
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    I currently carry a S&W 442 .38 on my ankle

    If I am going to spend $500 on another carry gun it needs to be my primary
     
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    I heard the Kel Tec's were a bitch to handle and need broken in. Plus I have heard some issues with using +p ammo
     
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    KNYTE I'm Not Kidding.

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    Keltec's have heavy triggers and some can be temperamental, but you can't beat the price.

    If you want a smooth-as-glass trigger in a great package buy a Kahr, but they are pricey.
     
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    Yeah the price of the Kahr's kind of bother me.

    There was a guy yesterday who carries a full size 1911 every day :rofl:
     
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    hmm what about the 27

    oddly enough i've never shot a .40 :rofl:
     
  10. It's really not that much smaller than the 29 or 30. I have an uncle who is in the FBI and he carried a 27 on his ankle for a long time though. He didn't seem to mind it.
     
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    Toeshoes carries a Glock 34 on her ankle :dunno:
     
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    that doesn't count, it's still concealed even when wearing shorts....
     
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    I think I am just going to wait and try to find a used 27 and carry that when I can wear heavier clothes (winter, not at work).

    My only concern is that I do some pretty cash heavy bank drops, hence the want for more firepower.
     
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    :rofl: touche
     

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