This subcompact .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol carries a six-plus-one load with a single stack magazine to accomplish its barely-there dimensions. The first single stack from Glock, the Glock 36 is a true slimline subcompact.
That single stack is the key to accomplishing the scant 28mm width. Built to be a slim version of the Glock 30, the end result is very similar to the Glock 19 in many ways. That said, the 36 brings one wallop of a difference to the table with the load.
When it comes to personal defense, some gun comparisons are up for debate. As an example, the 9mm Glock 19 is no joke, but the .45 of the Glock 36 will stop a threat. Full stop.
The obvious in the pro-column for me is the reliability of the Glocks as a whole. These simple and straightforward guns are perfect for my no-fuss preferences.
Similar to Glock’s Gen3 models in style with a typical pre-tensioned trigger, the Glock 36 is comfortably similar to the other stellar Glocks in my armory.
Trigger grip accommodates space for the middle finger and ring finger to fit into the grip recesses. My little finger also has room for purchase before the end of the magazine.
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