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Newbie needs AMMO Advise RE: .45 GAP

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by apco25guy, Jul 1, 2004.

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  1. apco25guy

    apco25guy Member

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    I have purchased a glock 37. I need to find some place that I could buy ammo in bulk. Any good places selling FMJ .45gap? The rounds are still not really easy to find in Atlanta..... and I want to locate some online.

    Thanks for all your help in advance.

    Apco25Guy
    Atlanta, Ga.
     
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    I'm not one to knock someones gun choices, but why didn't you get a Glock in .45 ACP? The ammo is far more commen then .45 GAP.

    Keep in mind that .45 GAP will chamber and fire in a .45 ACP gun. So watch will you keep your ammo.

    -Bill
     
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    Yea, not a real good idea though. Kinda like firing .380 out of a 9X19 only the GAP will cycle the .45ACP.

    I think GAP is gonna be a little pricey for a short while. Remember how bad .17HMR was when it first came out? Now it's cheaper than .22 magnum.
     
  5. apco25guy

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    I do very much like the 21. What I was looking for was something a bit smaller than the 21 to use as a CCW... while I like the 30, I am perfer the full size style.

    Looking at the 21 and the 37, the 37 felt better in my hand.. I have big hands, but the 21 was just a touch too wide in the grip. The 37 felt perfect... Plus.. its great wepon. I dont mind being one of the firsts with a new round and wepon.

    I just am trying to find places that sell bulk rounds or .. better deals on GAP rounds than the places in town.

    It was a matter of personal preference.
     
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