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    jimmy310 is offline Junior Member
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    How hard is it to find .45 GAP

    I found a new glock g37 for a bit over $400. How hard would it be to find this ammo and what does the average grade ammo go for (box of 50)?

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    I've seen a few boxs of ammo at Sportsman's Warehouse but don't remember what the prices were. I kind of think the GAP will always be a hard find were ammo is concerned. I get the feeling that it will slowly fade away. Most likely your best sources for ammo will be to buy on line from places like Midway or their like.

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    Do a search for Ammo for more

    http://www.ammoman.com/index.htm $350/1000 FMJ

    http://ammunitiontogo.com/catalog1/i...5-gap-fmj-ammo $250/500 FMJ $1.10 per round JHP
    Last edited by TOF; 08-14-2008 at 10:21 PM. Reason: cant spell or do math

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    Most local shops might have a box but no bulk.

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    Am I getting the impression that there are a lot of people that dont like this weapon. I bought one todayand am taking it out tonight for a first shooting. I hope I like it

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    You'll be fine. It's still in it's "baby" phase for a while now. I love the grip on them.

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    Save all your spent cases and you can reload them. They reload with standard .45 dies. Good luck.

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    It is very hard to find in this part of north central Florida. Not a very popular caliber around here. I think the Georgia State Patrol carries it as a standard issue in their service pistols (Glock). There is probably alot in GA. The prices I have seen are about the same as .45 ACP.

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    Not very easy to find around here at all, and it's quite a bit more expensive when I have actually seen it.

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    It is pretty hard to find in the Dallas area. This kept me from buying a Glock
    G38.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMatt View Post
    Am I getting the impression that there are a lot of people that dont like this weapon. I bought one todayand am taking it out tonight for a first shooting. I hope I like it
    It;s a great concept,kinda slim things down a little.I think it;s here to stay.The single stacks aren't comfortable,to short for me.Time will tell.

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