Glock 37 GAP

Discussion in 'Glock Forum' started by Armando1228, Jan 19, 2012.

  1. Well after only owning the firearm for 6 months it was time to let her go. I couldn't justify spending an absurd amount of money just to practice with the GAP. I can say that it is a fine shooting firearm, but way to expensive to have and fire on a regular basis. I feel fortunate that I didn't have an issue selling it. Sold and out the door :( Hate selling any of my guns but especially my glocks.
     
  2. Euromax

    Euromax New Member

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    Before U purchased gun, did U search for ammo prices, if U don't reload?
     

  3. To be honest I did all my homework and knew this would be a problem but did it anyway. It was enjoyable while I owned it but I am very happy I was able to sell it with little to no loss, on my behalf.
     
  4. jonm61

    jonm61 New Member

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    I guess it depends on where you shop and what you consider absurd. I pay $17.50/50 rounds, at worst, for FMJ. Eventually, I'll start reloading it, but for now that's what I'm paying. SD ammo is a little more, but even that $25/20 rounds of HPs isn't uncommon.
     
  5. for target ammo I buy cheap winchester white box from Walmart.
     
  6. jonm61

    jonm61 New Member

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    If you are up for buying in bulk, you can really save money http://georgia-arms.com/45gap.aspx

    But even in 50 or 100 packs, it's cheaper and good stuff. Most of their stuff is "remanufactured" but the 10mm and .45GAP is most often new.