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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-16-2010, 03:51 PM Thread Starter
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Help finding a Glock 36 Compact Slimline

in .45 ACP.

I'm looking for a good price and haven't been able to find anything.

I know some of you Glock-heads might know where to look, or if someone has time to kill and finds a good deal, let me know.

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-16-2010, 04:16 PM
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This is from sportingarms, your local gun shop may order for around 20.00 less.

GLSPI36504
GLOCK G36 6RD SFS 45ACP
Pistol
$564.00

GLKWPN36507
GLOCK 36 FIXED NS 3.78" 45ACP
Pistol
$595.00


GL3650101
GLOCK 36 AS 6RD 45ACP
Pistol
$560.00

GL3650201
GLOCK 36 FS 6RD 45ACP
Pistol
$519.00


GL3650701
GLOCK 36 GNS 6RD 45ACP
Pistol
$580.00

GL3657201
GLOCK 36 OD GRN FS 6RD 45ACP
Pistol
$529.00
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I found a bogus link for one for $459, but when I clicked the current price was $529. I figured someone might be able to find a new one closer to the $459.
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Surprised buds gunshop doesn't have any.

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http://www.gtdist.com/ProductDetail....=GLOCK-PI36502

I found this, looks like the best price.
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man that's cheap. My cost from my distributor contact on these is $520 for fixed sights and $570.00 for night sights, shipped to my door...The companies posted are getting a killer bulk buy deal on them for sure, considering they are making money on them too. At least they have plenty in stock I've been planning to order one of these for myself after a buddy of mine traded a used LCR for one.

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I just got quoted $537 for an OD Green model from Buds.

They had several OD models for $399 the other day and now all of them save for the 37 are over 500

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Just curious why you'd want 6 rounds of .45 ACP in an auto when you could have 6 rounds of .357 Magnum in the same sized revolver?

Or you could go with a Glock 27 or 30 (or 29!) in .40 S&W or .45 ACP (or 10mm!) without much difference in size, and more capacity.


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Just curious why you'd want 6 rounds of .45 ACP in an auto when you could have 6 rounds of .357 Magnum in the same sized revolver?

Or you could go with a Glock 27 or 30 (or 29!) in .40 S&W or .45 ACP (or 10mm!) without much difference in size, and more capacity.
Because glocks can also be used as a grenade?


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Just curious why you'd want 6 rounds of .45 ACP in an auto when you could have 6 rounds of .357 Magnum in the same sized revolver?

Or you could go with a Glock 27 or 30 (or 29!) in .40 S&W or .45 ACP (or 10mm!) without much difference in size, and more capacity.

Because I have a long time friend that was looking for one.
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at the allen gun show there was a vendor with a brand new 36 for $450 with two mags. maybe he will be at market hall this weekend, and sorry i forget the name of the vendor.

i was going to get it but decided buying house "stuff" was more important.
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Because I have a long time friend that was looking for one.
OK, why would your longtime friend be looking for that gun when there are better options to be had?


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Because glocks can also be used as a grenade?


So can just about any other handgun...


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