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

    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

    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

    If you are up for buying in bulk, you can really save money

    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.