Gear: Glock 37


Glock 37

Category: Firearms, Tasers & Accessories
Subcategory: Handguns
Price: $450.00 to $550.00
Average Rating:
(22 Votes)

.45 caliber G.A.P.

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    shieldsporter, Wed, 06 Jun 2007 17:12:11 UTC.
    1st review

    This is the greatest firearm I have owned thus far, eventhough I haven't owned many. I love the .45 G.A.P. round. It has the stopping power of the average .45 cal. round, but the recoil of a 9mm.

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    Onefineofficer, Thu, 07 Jun 2007 07:48:59 UTC.

    I also agree with the original poster on this weapon. I have one and is by far the best weapon on the market IMHO. Unlike the Glock 21 where the grip is a little bulky, the grip on the .45 GAP is almost identical as the 17/22 and almost the same weight. Not to mention the firepower this baby packs...just like the awesome stopping power of the .45 but with the recoil of a 9mm. I highly recommend this weapon but the down side to it is the ammo is more expensive. Be safe out there....

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    BamaCop307, Wed, 05 Sep 2007 17:10:59 UTC.

    We currently carry the Beretta 92 FS but are about to transistion to the Glock 37/38. I have never been a Glock fan, I love my Beretta, but I shot the 37 and 38 Glocks and I really liked the way the 37 felt and performed. I am concerned about the availability of the ammo but I have been open minded to the Glock transistion. We should be fully transistioned over to them soon.
    The 37 fires a G.A.P. 45 but fits in your hand and the recoil is practically nothing so it seems the best of both worlds.

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    DetSgtDarryl, Thu, 06 Sep 2007 01:58:35 UTC.

    I prefer the 357 sig round glock. The 45 is a great round but I personally like the 357 sig model. Plus Glock are a cops gun!!!!!!!!!

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    choward194, Wed, 12 Sep 2007 01:45:27 UTC.

    Like most on here have said, the Glock G.A.P. round in amazing. I currently carry the Sig P220 .45 and the recoil is terrible. I'm a pretty big guy, so I can't imagine what it would be like to fire this thing as a smaller person. My department is in the process of transistioning to this firearm, and I can't wait to get them. The dealer that we are getting them from is also custom engraving each weapon with our department badge and name. When they did the same for the Sigs, they had a terrible rust problem where the logo was engraved. Hopefully the Glock won't have that problem, and since you can pretty much bury this gun for a year and it not rust, I don't believe it will.

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    Mo4198, Thu, 25 Oct 2007 19:01:55 UTC.

    Good basic weapon. Easy to load and break down. The only thing i dont really like is its a bit big for small hands. I use this as a duty weapon, but for personal use i would go with the smaller verson of the glock.

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    jtf2434, Wed, 13 Feb 2008 05:23:07 UTC.

    Easy to break down and clean/service. Easy to fire.......Just switched over from the glock 17 as a duty piece........MUCH BETTER !!!!!!!!

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    Gooch, Fri, 29 Feb 2008 17:59:20 UTC.

    excellent weapon, was hesitant of the GAP round we carry but overall can't ask for anything better from Glock. Easy to break down and clean. We have the glock flashlight attached and makes life so much simplier

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    sterndm, Mon, 24 Mar 2008 04:37:20 UTC.

    This has been my duty weapon for the past 3 1/2 years. I'm the head firearms guy and the boss just does what I suggest. He let me do it as a personally owned piece even though the dept is to issue per contract. He has another like it in the safe in case needed. Our main sidearm is the G21, and there is the rub for me. I have smaller hands, could handle the G21, but better with the smaller frame. I then had it sent to ROBAR for a complete grip reduction and viola! Like other Glocks it has many of the attributes I like. The new round makes sense from an engineering stand point of wasted space. If all 45ACPs were loaded to +P velocities it would be another story, but this is a defensive weapon to get to my 45-70(j/k).

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    Tank88, Sun, 06 Apr 2008 22:40:26 UTC.

    Duty weapon, I carry with internal laser. If you haven't shot one, you gotta try it, you'll love it!

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    Ltmaks, Mon, 07 Apr 2008 14:15:57 UTC.

    Thought this was a very accurate round for the .45 size. Plus the grip and frame are just as comfortable as the .40 cal. (same size).

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    Anonymous, Thu, 01 May 2008 16:20:55 UTC.

    I have had this weapon about 6 months and it is awsome. We have a hard time finding a safe and comfortable duty holster but I think we will soon have that resolved. We switched to the weapon from the Glock 40 Caliber. The Model 37 is about the same size and handles well in small handed people.

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    Anonymous, Mon, 30 Jun 2008 00:46:35 UTC.

    This is my duty weapon, light weight and accurate as one would want, switched from a .40 cal glock 22 to this .45 gap the differance is like night & day would never want to go back. Highly recommend. "I'm packin:"

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    sehambone51, Mon, 30 Jun 2008 03:14:41 UTC.

    We switched from the 40 a few months ago and I am very impressed with the weapon so far. We carry it with a light attached and it took a little time to get use to but it has helped already with an incident where a guy had a knife in a very small bathroom. We had four guy's challenging him and other officer's could go in front while I kept deadly force available. I lit up the room, guy and was able to keep the muzzle away from the officers as we took the guy down. So far so good. It get's alot dirtier after the range than the 40 did but that's OK too.

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    rclancy82, Thu, 03 Jul 2008 20:22:46 UTC.

    This firearm shoots much better than the Glock 22, or the Glock 17. The larger round recoils straight back rather than up so you never loose sight of your target. Only down side is the cost of ammo.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 18 Sep 2008 08:18:53 UTC.

    This is the current weapon carried by my department. It has the features of a mid compact with the capability of a larger frame. I have found it, as with my other Glock, superb with its reliability.
    I have never experienced a jam either with my primary or off duty weapon. I am Glock for life
    I can indeed walk the walk and talk the Glock.

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    Anonymous, Thu, 25 Sep 2008 22:50:20 UTC.

    OK, what can I say about this gun. We'll first off it is the finest duty weapon I have ever carried. I'm a big fan of Glock, and this model keeps up with the high standards they have come to be known for. As a member of the New York State Police, I can say that this weapon was designed in part for our agency. I know Glock has wanted to have their own caliber round for a while, and this certainly hit the mark. As a certified Firearms Instructor, I can say that this weapon is a dream to shoot and train new recruits on. At 50 yards, it always shoots a tight group. I will say that this weapon is just too big to carry off duty if you want to keep it even remotly concealed, but on duty...there is no better. Coming from the 9mm, this weapon finally gave us the stopping power we needed. Although there are times I still feel outgunned (my agency does not carry patrol rifles in the car), I know if I go to my duty weapon, the bad guy is going to get two to the chest and one to the head and I'm going home to my family....EVERY TIME!!!

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    leo22172, Fri, 31 Oct 2008 06:01:53 UTC.

    Great gun Overall. The ammo is still way too expensive.

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    gsp416, Sat, 22 Nov 2008 04:53:34 UTC.

    Awesome firearm. Excellent accuracy, low recoil. Smooth firing weapon. Only draw back, buying the ammo...$$$$$$$$$$

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    zjmazey, Fri, 13 Mar 2009 22:57:49 UTC.

    I really like this firearm. In fact it is the model that sold me on Glocks. You get the power of a .45acp with the comfort and shootability of a 9mm. The only real drawback is the ammo. When you can find it, there is no such thing as cheap .45GAP practice ammo.

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    HarleyMan1985, Sat, 23 May 2009 12:40:13 UTC.

    For the longest time I carried the standard Smith and Wesson .40 cal. But I can truely say this tool surpasses it with flying rounds.. The grip fits perfectly to my hands. And the added protection makes me feel better suited for whatever comes around the corner. My particular favorite part is the reputation and reliability of the Glock Firearms System. It is indeed the standard carry for Law Enforcement of the 21st century.

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    Smith218, Mon, 31 Jan 2011 07:03:23 UTC.

    Love it...

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