GLOCK makes such an array of pistols to fill every niche, from 9mm to .357SIG and .45ACP, in models ranging from full and mid-size, to the compact “Baby GLOCKs,” and even “slim-line” models. Is there any need for another model or two?
When I first caught wind of the “.45GAP” (GLOCK Automatic Pistol) my first thought was, “Why?” Was there a need for this round? Was this just another gimmick to sell guns, or even a wildcat round destined to fade into history to only a fizzle, like the .41AE? Was there any need for the legendary .45ACP to be supplemented?
GLOCK makes such an array of pistols to fill every niche, from 9mm to .357SIG…
by Bob Pilgrim / May 1, 2007