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The Pirate
10-24-2012, 22:34
So, I've got a 27 and a 36. I don't need them both but I appreciate them both. They both carry well and shoot the same. I want to sell one to finish an AR build. I'm not that worried because I can replace either next week if need be.
I know that there have been plenty of threads kinda like this, but usually they are buying, not selling.
I'm more sentimental towards the 36 I guess. But I think I like the 27 better.
I'm pretty sure I should just keep 'em both :juggle:

TxGlock9
10-24-2012, 22:37
A Glock is a tool you use to get the job done, not to have emotional connections with. That said the 36..

Travelin' Jack
10-24-2012, 22:38
I'd nix the 27, but I'm not a big fan of the 40S&W.

HEXE9
10-24-2012, 23:26
Agree with the others, say bye bye to the 27.

336bl
10-25-2012, 00:34
yes... :)

sig763
10-25-2012, 00:39
Could you wait till next week to finish the AR?

Glock40man
10-25-2012, 00:49
I'd let the G36 go.

Smokin45
10-25-2012, 01:31
If you decide to let the 36 go, I may be interested depending on what youre asking.. PM me if you decide to

bac1023
10-25-2012, 04:52
I never recommend selling one gun to fund another, but if you're forced to, get rid of the 36.

dango
10-25-2012, 05:03
Could you wait till next week to finish the AR?

Really , this is what I'd consider , also not a big fan of the .40 !
Like cake and eat it to sort-a ! I see some would trade off
the .45 , interesting.....?

Bruce M
10-25-2012, 06:40
I would get rid of the G27 first.

jones n
10-25-2012, 07:25
I'd let the G36 go.

What he said.

mo.glocker
10-25-2012, 07:33
So, I've got a 27 and a 36. I don't need them both but I appreciate them both. They both carry well and shoot the same. I want to sell one to finish an AR build. I'm not that worried because I can replace either next week if need be.
I know that there have been plenty of threads kinda like this, but usually they are buying, not selling.
I'm more sentimental towards the 36 I guess. But I think I like the 27 better.
I'm pretty sure I should just keep 'em both :juggle:
keep the 45 and in the future add a 19 or 26,sell the 40 snappy&wesson.:wavey:

Tango 1Zero
10-25-2012, 07:38
Sell them both and buy a G26 and G19 :thumbsup:

itstime
10-25-2012, 08:31
27's are easier to come by. If you have to get rid of that. You are closer to the 36 anyway.

Butch
10-25-2012, 08:46
I'm pretty sure I should just keep 'em both
Me too.

Sell the jet ski, or the motorcycle, or the boat....they'll just be junk in a few years anyway. :)

DXThtr
10-25-2012, 08:52
Keep the 27!


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tango44
10-25-2012, 09:02
Agree with the others, say bye bye to the 27.

+1.
No love for the .40 for me!

Bruce M
10-25-2012, 09:34
Not my favorite caliber but I have no dislike for it either. I am a bit surprised though that someone in this thread actually suggested getting rid of a .45 rather than a .40:whistling:

Slackinoff
10-25-2012, 09:47
I am a bit surprised though that someone in this thread actually suggested getting rid of a .45 rather than a .40:whistling:

Just when you think you get to know a person.....

:supergrin:

tim12232
10-25-2012, 17:15
get rid of the 27

Frank V
10-25-2012, 18:22
I've never owned a G36, but the idea is interesting. I have owned a G27 & it shot very well. If it were me, I think I'd keep both & try to find another way to fund the ar. You have said you think you like the 27 better, but are sentimenatl towards the G36. If a gun had special meaning to me it'd be one of the last to go. Keep the G36.
Good luck on your decision.
Frank

Thomasc18
10-25-2012, 21:02
Don't sell. Keep them both!

OhioGlock90
10-25-2012, 21:13
I say keep both of them and wait until next week to finish the AR!

The Pirate
10-25-2012, 21:46
Sorry it took me so long to get back, had a long day at work with no internet.
So far:

36 has 9 votes to keep
27 has 4

I still don't know what I'm gonna do. They both do the same thing. I carry a spare mag either way so ammo is not an issue and I wouldn't want either pointed at me. They carry about the same, I like the 27 a little better because the grip is shorter, the 36 is closer to a 19/23.
I don't find the 27 snappy, actually I think it shoots easier than the 36. I shoot some hot 10mm handloads out of my 20, and the 36 is more punishing. But don't get me wrong, it's not that bad, I enjoy shooting it.
When I bought the 36 they were thought to be the worst thing Glock made and I almost had buyers remorse before shooting it. I'm glad everybody has for the most part got past that and appreciates them.
And...I know I could wait to finish the AR, but I need a little less than a $1000 and I've already got the upper and stripped lower :whistling: It'll be the 4th AR I own at the moment, these things can get expensive.
I appreciate all your opinions and I may still keep 'em both, I just don't really see a need in keeping them both around since they do the same thing.

Two Guns
10-25-2012, 22:21
I would keep them both and wait on the AR,

MeanAction
10-25-2012, 22:37
Sell the 27. The G36 is the best pistol in the world!

Bruce M
10-26-2012, 05:30
.... The G36 is the best pistol in the world! :wow:

BamaTrooper
10-26-2012, 06:43
So, I've got a 27 and a 36. I don't need them both but I appreciate them both. They both carry well and shoot the same. I want to sell one to finish an AR build. I'm not that worried because I can replace either next week if need be.
I know that there have been plenty of threads kinda like this, but usually they are buying, not selling.
I'm more sentimental towards the 36 I guess. But I think I like the 27 better.
I'm pretty sure I should just keep 'em both :juggle:

IF you can get the cost of a replacement, then it doesn't matter which you sell. If it doen't matter which you sell, sell the one you can get the most money for.

If you have the money for a replacement, just use that for your AR build.:dunno:

MeanAction
10-26-2012, 06:46
:wow:

Bruce I was exaggerating to emphasize. LOL I do love my ugly little OD G36.

dhoomonyou
10-26-2012, 08:51
Which one do you have more ammo, holsters and accesories for?

I would not get rid of either BTW.

Frank V
10-26-2012, 09:35
Remember, there is no such thing as too many Glocks.:whistling::whistling:

Let us know what you decide.
Frank

Glock 1
10-26-2012, 10:02
Keep em both and wait. I have regretted selling every gun I have ever sold.

kostnerave
10-26-2012, 10:21
A Glock is a tool you use to get the job done, not to have emotional connections with. That said the 36..
The 36 is a keeper and will serve you well.

bobtheelf
10-26-2012, 14:13
So, I've got a 27 and a 36. I don't need them both but I appreciate them both. They both carry well and shoot the same. I want to sell one to finish an AR build. I'm not that worried because I can replace either next week if need be.
I know that there have been plenty of threads kinda like this, but usually they are buying, not selling.
I'm more sentimental towards the 36 I guess. But I think I like the 27 better.
I'm pretty sure I should just keep 'em both :juggle:

Keep both. If you absolutely cannot keep both, keep the 27 so you can shoot 9mm, .40, or .357 as you wish; plus the greater magazine capacity is better for carry IMO.

MartinRiggs1987
10-26-2012, 14:28
Let the 36 go. The 27 is a better tool. If it was a choice between a 30 and 27, it would depend on caliber preference. Since it's a 36, it's the more fickle and imprecise of the two. Good luck with your decision. Perhaps you should wait till the replacement money arrives and spend that on the AR.

The Pirate
10-26-2012, 22:34
The hell with it, I've made my decision. I'm keeping them both. There are too many valid arguments both ways for me to part with either. I guess I'll just wait on the AR a little while. Thanks guys!


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Darkangel1846
10-27-2012, 08:42
So, I've got a 27 and a 36. I don't need them both but I appreciate them both. They both carry well and shoot the same. I want to sell one to finish an AR build. I'm not that worried because I can replace either next week if need be.
I know that there have been plenty of threads kinda like this, but usually they are buying, not selling.
I'm more sentimental towards the 36 I guess. But I think I like the 27 better.
I'm pretty sure I should just keep 'em both :juggle:

I think you already answered your own question:wavey:

Giggity-Giggity
10-27-2012, 08:54
Don't.

barth
10-27-2012, 09:08
Could you wait till next week to finish the AR?

+1
Seriously, what's the hurry?
I never let go of a good handgun.
You could have everything with a little patience.

taters
10-27-2012, 18:02
If you sell the g36. You will soon discover
You made a mistake and you will be
Buying another g36. I know as it
Happened to me

Glock40man
10-27-2012, 22:38
The hell with it, I've made my decision. I'm keeping them both.



Wise decision.:cool:

The Pirate
10-28-2012, 00:30
Wise decision.:cool:

Thank you sir, I think I made the right decision. I got offered $500 for my 36 and accessories today, I couldn't do it. I guess I know it's a keeper now.


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BIG-DOG
10-28-2012, 05:41
Keep em both and wait. I have regretted selling every gun I have ever sold.

+1 I have been shooting and collecting over 30 years and have bought sold or traded many guns over the years especially when I was younger and couldn't afford the next best thing without giving up something, and I soon regretted losing every one I let go LOL. Now I only add and if I have to wait a few weeks or months it's no big deal. And in the current political climate these days you don't really want to give up anything anyways.

BuckyP
10-28-2012, 05:53
Considering the G36s track record, if you have a reliable one, by all means keep it! If you have to replace one, you'll have better luck getting a trouble free G27. :dunno:

ADK_40GLKr
10-28-2012, 06:22
I've already got the upper and stripped lower :whistling: It'll be the 4th AR I own at the moment, these things can get expensive.

I'm surprised you're not considering the possibility of dumping one of the other AR's.

Think of your least favorite and compare IT with you 27 &/or 36. See if THAT makes any sense.

(Yeah, I know you're keeping both handguns, but how many AR's do you need?!?)

t4terrific
10-28-2012, 08:27
Sell me the 36.

The Pirate
10-28-2012, 13:36
I'm surprised you're not considering the possibility of dumping one of the other AR's.

Think of your least favorite and compare IT with you 27 &/or 36. See if THAT makes any sense.

(Yeah, I know you're keeping both handguns, but how many AR's do you need?!?)

I won't sell any of my AR's. They are all either built by me or customized for me and I have a lot of money in them and wouldn't recooperate enough of it. I hunt a lot and my favorite hunting tool is an AR-15. The Glock's are just carry guns that I could easily live just fine with only 1 of.
Nobody worry though, I'm keeping them all :thumbsup:

ksblazer
10-28-2012, 20:13
Good to hear that you are keeping both of them.

Even though I don't own either. I'd like to get a G27 or G36 as my next Glock. I'm leaning a little towards the G27 more than the G36 though.

As mentioned, you can never have enough Glocks:supergrin:

Frank V
10-29-2012, 11:02
I won't sell any of my AR's. They are all either built by me or customized for me and I have a lot of money in them and wouldn't recooperate enough of it. I hunt a lot and my favorite hunting tool is an AR-15. The Glock's are just carry guns that I could easily live just fine with only 1 of.
Nobody worry though, I'm keeping them all :thumbsup:




:supergrin::supergrin::supergrin:

ADK_40GLKr
10-29-2012, 12:54
I won't sell any of my AR's. They are all either built by me or customized for me and I have a lot of money in them and wouldn't recooperate enough of it. I hunt a lot and my favorite hunting tool is an AR-15. The Glock's are just carry guns that I could easily live just fine with only 1 of.
Nobody worry though, I'm keeping them all :thumbsup:

I identify with your feelings about the AR's. I still have every gun I've ever collected, except 1, and that's my first Glock- a Detroit PD gen 2 G22, I traded off for my G27. Sometimes I regret giving up THAT one.