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WTB: Glock 36

Discussion in 'Police Duty Gear For Sale / Wanted' started by MChoquette, Dec 23, 2013.

  1. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    For a late Christmas present my girl said she would kick in half toward a new CC weapon for myself.
    Let me first state that I'm not a LEO so I cant just go to the store and buy a new one. I was hoping to find a nice officer that wouldn't mind parting with theirs. I'm located in North Adams, MA and would be willing to travel across the state for a FTF transaction if that's what it takes to get one.



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    I will comply with all Federal and State Laws. If the firearm is to be shipped, you must provide me with a signed copy of your dealer's FFL (or your 03FFL if this is a Curio and Relic). For private party face-to-face transactions (only permitted by Fed law when both buyer and seller live in same state), I will meet all applicable state and federal laws.​
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  2. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    Are you really hell bent on a single stack? You're missing out on using high cap pre bans from full sized glock as your backup Mag. Just a thought

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  3. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    Not to mention, a g36 is going to be ultra mega mass premium unless they don't know what they have. I haven't seen too many

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  4. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    Ya I'm kinda stuck on the single stack. My current CCW is a bodyguard .380 and I can conceal it in basketball shorts, Pajamas, and even sweatpants. I don't plan on getting into any blazing gun battles, and I hit what I'm aiming at 99% of the time so 6 rounds and one extra backup is enough for me. What I really want is concealablity above all, with a larger better stopping round, in a more reliable package(glock). I would also consider a springfield XD-S .45 if mass didn't suck as much as it does.
     
  5. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    I hear ya. I'm a pretty good shot, and don't think that I'd have a 99% hit ratio in a self defense situation, but your other reasons make perfect sense. Good luck!

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  6. Pvt. Cowboy

    Pvt. Cowboy Lemme take a selfie Staff Member

    Understatement of the year.
     
  7. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    Ya I kinda got thrown off by the sh!tty reliability of the bodyguard. If I use crappy ammo it takes multiple pulls of the trigger to get the round to go off(light strikes). And I shot a wooden toy with a hollow point personal defense round. The round stayed solid and kind of ate a chunk of wood and went no farther than a 1/4" into the cheap balsa like wood. Mass sucks for high prices on an otherwise ordinary glock.
     
  8. Johnny Law

    Johnny Law Nemo me impune lacessit Staff Member

    Silence! The man is telling you a S&W semi sucks, and he wants a Glock!
     
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  9. pahapoika

    pahapoika Subscribing Member

    we had a good sized kid locked up that took a .380 to the shoulder and it seemed pretty effective. the one he took in the calf running away slowed him down too. :cool:
     
  10. Pvt. Cowboy

    Pvt. Cowboy Lemme take a selfie Staff Member

    Laughed out loud at this.
     
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  11. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    I only use Tula ammo for just tossing lead, its cheap and I shoot every weekend. All my other guns eat it up but the bodyguard gets FTF prolly like 50% of the time. A second trigger pull always does the trick but its a pain in the butt. I even sent it back to S&W and they sent it back the same way. The bodyguards are known to FTF with cheap ammo, but I carry this thing 24/7 and I wanna know for sure that when I pull the trigger its gunna go boom.
     
  12. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    Ftf 50% of time? Hahahahahahahah

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  13. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    With decent brass cased ammo it doesn't do it at all, same with my personal defense ammo. But Tula ammo just doesn't like light strikes. And yes FTF 50% of the time is pretty ridiculous, hence the want/need for a glock or XD-s
     
  14. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    I would just consider a bodyguard or shield as a backup gun, or maybe something to toss in a lacy thigh holster. :)

    ... I keeed I keeed

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  15. mpd61

    mpd61 Retired Fed, Active Special


    Glock Goobers!!!!! THEY'RE EVERYWHERE!!!!!!!!!:eek:
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  16. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    Glocks?

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  17. Herrdoktor

    Herrdoktor MassCops Member

    The Bodyguard is so awful

    Why don't get a G30s? The difference in CC from the 36 is minimal
     
  18. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    I bought the bodyguard when it first came out, after owning it for a while I found out how testy it is about ammo. And I've held and fired a G36s or sf something like that and it was small but still kinda like sticking a 2x4 in your waistband.
     
  19. militia_man

    militia_man MassCops Member

    Why not the shield in 9mm or .40? Either one of those calibers is a huge step up from the .380. They don't have the reliability issues that the Bodyguard has. I have one in 9mm and it is very easy and comfortable to conceal. The Kahr PM9 is also a nice pistol to consider and it is a bit smaller than the Shield, although it is expensive.


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  20. militia_man

    militia_man MassCops Member

    I somewhat agree with you about S&W semi autos. I have never been a fan. But it seems they got things right with their M&P line.


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  21. Dan Stark

    Dan Stark Tears of a Clown

    The shield fotay has surprisingly mild recoil for such a small gun.

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  22. Irishpride

    Irishpride Subscribing Member

    I guess when it comes to the Bodyguard it's hit or miss. I only use decent range ammo and maintain it regularly and when I take it to the range I usually put 100 rounds through it without issue. I'm confident it will fire if I need it.


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  23. Pvt. Cowboy

    Pvt. Cowboy Lemme take a selfie Staff Member

    Man... Nobody likes the compact sigs?
     
  24. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    I also carry my sig P250C on an occasion. I carried it today for a while but its kinda hard to conceal it, it pokes out no matter what you wear. The only thing that remotely conceals it is a large hoodie, then you kinda look like a jr. gangbanger carrying his dads gun.
     
  25. MChoquette

    MChoquette MassCops Member

    haha i have a pretty decent holster too, its a versa carry. Theres basically no bulk except the gun.
     

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