Anyone have any recommendations for this? Holsters, ammo, trigger jobs, magazines, etc?
I was planning on buying a 300 AAC Blackout AR, but I just dont feel comfortable spending almost a thousand dollars on a single gun just yet. Plus I don't want to have to buy a safe for it...
So there was 25% marked off of the sticker on used guns and there was a glock 36 there. Add to that I have a credit card that will pay me 100 dollars if I spend 500. I figure I got this gun, OTD for about 275 after all was said and done. Couldnt walk away...bought some speer gold dots for it and my 380 pocket pistol and called it a day.
I shot the 36...sweet gun. It is a better shooter than my Glock 19. I spent the whole afternoon shooting the 19 among other things. I shot 7 rounds through the glock 36 and I love the thing. Wish it had more rounds in the magazine, but 7's enough I think.
I know it's a cliche, but the "pop" of the 19 is just not enjoyable to me. After shooting the 45, the 9mm reminds me more of the 40, which I really do not enjoy shooting.
Too bad I can't shoot 45 super out of this thing, would make a great trail gun/backup hunting piece then...
Originally Posted by leakypipeDCI
The regulars here are actually pretty supportive, despite what the idiotic posters think.
should serve you well, I love my glock more and more each time i shoot it! as far as recomendations go
trigger would be scherer or glockworx 2.5 connector with the glockwork spring kit
holsters is really a pretty subjective matter, but for competition or occational carry the serpa is nice, safariland has some nice ones, don hume's are great and its hard to beat a fobus for the price. for EDC carry you'll want to check out crossbreed holsters for sure.
magazines is simple, only use glock factory and you'll never have a problem. they can be had for less than $20 shipped if you find a deal (less used) and you can buy them every day for $22 shipped, so it really doesnt cost much to have some quality mags.
ammo is whatever you want in my experience they will funstion with any brand, any bullet type and any weight.