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Old 04-14-2013, 12:23   #51
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I see a G37 in my future.
I'm going to make some calls and see if I can't have a barrel or two made chambered in GAP for a 21 and a 36. It would be a nice option for times like these and you'd probably make your money back if you sold it with the gun. I get as many drop in barrels in other calibers as I can, mostly with Glocks since they're fairly inexpensive and very easy to come by.

Bet most places that have 400 corbon, 40Super etc. on hand have had it for a while and it's still there today. Even in times like these.
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Old 04-14-2013, 15:43   #52
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Thanks. I don't see too many OD G38s so I had to grab it. Going to shoot it tomorrow for the first time. Looking forward to it.

Yeh they've become very scarce. Wish I got one from CDNN when they were $389.

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Old 04-14-2013, 16:36   #53
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I have been on the fence about the .45 gap ,but I love the g17/22 grip.My 21 is just to blocky, so the idea of the gap still is there for me.However I have three gunshops near me and there was 1 gunshow since Jan and the three shops have had zero ammo and the show only had Jhps for $50.00 a box
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I have been on the fence about the .45 gap ,but I love the g17/22 grip.My 21 is just to blocky, so the idea of the gap still is there for me.However I have three gunshops near me and there was 1 gunshow since Jan and the three shops have had zero ammo and the show only had Jhps for $50.00 a box
Ask the gun shops to carry it. Never come across that said they wouldn't.
Easy to find online too.
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Old 04-15-2013, 08:28   #55
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I have asked and they said they only carry it in small amounts because there's no demand around here.
Rumor is the PA state police are going to give up on the .45gap and go back to .40.
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Old 04-15-2013, 12:09   #56
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I have asked and they said they only carry it in small amounts because there's no demand around here.
Rumor is the PA state police are going to give up on the .45gap and go back to .40.
I wonder why PA would do that?
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Old 04-15-2013, 15:50   #57
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Speaking only for myself the selling point was Identical ballistics coupled with a smaller more comfortable grip. It was a win, win, win.

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There you go, another GAP lover.
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Old 04-16-2013, 13:42   #58
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Templar Custom Arms(http://www.templarcustomarms.com/) has factory ammo, reloads and brass in stock.

They also have a G37.


Not sure on pricing.
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Old 04-17-2013, 22:07   #59
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.45 GAP ammo

Ammoman.com had a few cases of 1000rnds left. The 185gr stuff at just over 1000fps I believe.
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Old 04-17-2013, 23:05   #60
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That just might be better ballistics than the ACP.
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That just might be better ballistics than the ACP.
Not really. In 45 auto I run 200 grain jhp's at 1000 fps with less pressure than 45 GAP, about 17k psi vs. 23k psi.
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Not really. In 45 auto I run 200 grain jhp's at 1000 fps with less pressure than 45 GAP, about 17k psi vs. 23k psi.
You reloading 'em?
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