The ONLY reason I have a Glock 37 is some shop owner up in big game hunting, farming and ranching country had a new Glock on the shelf that had sat there forever. He said, "If you will buy this, I'll get it to you out the door for $250. I said, "But I don't live here. You are probably going to need to ship it to Arizona. He ask, "How cheap can you get a 4473 done for?" I said, One shop does them for $10 but I would rather spend $15 and $5 on gas to go someplace I like. $187 + tax + $25 shipping + $20 = $250 total. I couldn't turn down a deal like that, but GAP is not easy ammo to find, and HST? It's good ammo, I guess. I like Glock's pistols. I don't "love" them. The ammo is expensive. It is also kind of stupid. I has all the drawbacks of .45 ACP and none of the benefits of .40 S&W. So limited capacity, not a lot of power, for a high price, and limited availability. HST is about as good as it gets, but it's 45 GAP, so..... I like to have ammo for every gun I own, even if it's a .41 caliber rim fire or 32 rim fire, or .303 Savage. All of those enjoyed more success than .45 GAP. CCI Speer developed this white elephant for Gaston Glock, and their Gold Dot might be just a tad better. I haven't found any Springfield XDs in GAP yet. That was the ONLY other gun chambered for 45 Glock Automatic Pistol, besides 2 Glock models that are limited to assault weapons ban era 10 rounds. That tells me this GAP ammo is dead or dying. Thanks Target Sports USA for the cheap prices and variety of ammo!
Reviewed by Seth
4/2/2019 3:13:52 AM
Federal HST is extremely hard to find ammo in any caliber, let alone 45 GAP, which itself is an extremely hard to find caliber period. As an aficionado of the Glock 37 45 GAP it pleases me immensely to know that I can find 45 GAP HST and Hydra-Shok as well on here at a very decent and affordable price. The few sites that did have this ammo in stock were selling it at anywhere from $20 to $30 dollars more a box!
Reviewed by nelson
1/16/2019 7:37:34 PM