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So I am assuming my failure to feed in my glock 36 is due to limp wristing. I posted it on arms list and a guy wants to trade his 27 with similar mods done to it. If I have limp wristing issues with my 36, will it be less prevalent with a 27 due to a smaller caliber? Thanks!
 

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In my opinion no. My 27 feels the same to me as my 30s when I shoot. That's the same 40 to 45 comparison. Limp wrist is limp wrist in my opinion.
 

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I have a G27. The 40 caliber round feels a little "snappier" to me than the 45. 40 feels to "snap" while 45 seems to "push".
 

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So would the .40 be worse? It may even be the gun, not sure. I shot a bit out of it and couldn't seem to get it good, and I need something reliable. I drive through some shady places and there's no getting around it.
 

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If I'm limp wristing a 36, would the 27 not have as big of an issue limp wristing? I have shot many handguns and never had an issue, but nothing the size of a 36 with a .45 before I got my 36.
 

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If I'm limp wristing a 36, would the 27 not have as big of an issue limp wristing? I have shot many handguns and never had an issue, but nothing the size of a 36 with a .45 before I got my 36.

Personally I wouldn't think there would be much of a difference. Like I said I have both, and they are both smooth shooters for me. My opinion would be to get comfortable with the grip and firing the 36, and once you no longer are having the issue, then I think you would have solved it across the board when it comes to Glocks.
 
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