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Discussion in 'Autoloaders' started by lsbbigdog, Jan 14, 2012.
This one received a reduction , partial finger groove removal ,under cut trigger and 360 stippling.
Very nice,........you have the stippling down pat! :thumb:
That's sweeet...wanna practice on my 23??
Sweet!!!! Thinking about getting a glock 19.
How is the recoil on the G36. My wife wants one. She shoots 45 acp with the bigger 1911's but has a little trouble due to her hands being smaller. The G36 fits her like a glove and would like to get her one as long as recoil is manageable.
I would recommend not to get her one.
The recoil is pretty stout.
If you were near me, I would let you shoot mine.
That was very nice!
Thanks for the response. That confirms my initial thoughts.
My sugestion,.......find a range that rents them.
The 45 GAP would be a better option for a small frame person.
Same size frame as a Glock 9mm, ballistics very near 45 ACP.
I think shooting the G36 is less of a barker than a smaller (PM9 ,PF9,P3AT etc) in .40sw 9mm or .380
Your work on these plastic guns looks GREAT!!!!!!!
When I get one, it is coming your way.
Ha ha ha. Thanks Chuck!
I put it in the same category as my old S&W M325PD.
I was a handfull to shoot as well. Not ridiculous, but
not something that I would take to the range and run
100 or more rounds through on a regular basis.
looks really good!
mines wrapped up in skate tape and ive really wanted to either stipple mine or have it stippled.
no way i could ever make the stippling look that nice.
From our perspective, FXWG is right. Better let Mama "test drive" the G36 before you invest in one for her. The pistol kicks a bit. Our little mate is not very strong in her little hands and wrists; and she finds the recoil of the G38 quite objectionable. She flatly refuses to shoot it. The G36 is a terrifice self defense handgun, but something a bit heavier is a lighter caliber may be indicated for some shooters.
We trudge on.
i believe that the majority of complaints with regards to ejection issues in the G36 (there are seemingly a few more than with other glocks) are grip-related.