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Brand New Gen4 G37

Discussion in 'The Bull Dawgs Club' started by DannyR, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    All I can say is W O W !

    Recoil is like a 9mm Glock. Sights are dead on. 200 rounds of 200-gr Gold Dots fired with 100% reliablity, followed by 50 rounds of light 200-gr reloads, again 100% reliability. I can hardly wait for the Gen4 G38 to be released. I'll post photos later this afternoon. I'm a happy gapper.:wavey:
     
    Last edited: Feb 3, 2011
  2. Jr.

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    I cant wait for the gen 4 G38 either, I lost my 3rd gen G38 to my wife.
     


  3. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Photos as promised.
     

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  4. miatank

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    A G37 is on my 'buy' list - have a 38 & 39. I don't read the gun mags so can someone give me an idea of why I should go for a gen4 vs. an earlier version.

    dave - we'll pay more if it's worth it
     
  5. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    The Gen4 has:

    1. Dual recoil spring assembly
    2. Enlarged and reversible mag catch
    3. RTF3 grip finish
    4. Modular add on back straps
    5. Basic grip is SF--2mm shorter front to back.
     
  6. David_Ely

    David_Ely GAP'r

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    I want one so bad. Maybe with my income tax return. :cool:
     
  7. dudel

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    Nice GAP Danny. Congrats.

    I'm looking forward to the G4 G38. It's like waiting for Christmas!

    The non-GAPers have no idea what they're missing. <G>
     
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  8. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    They really do not know what they are missing. Last week I sold my 2003 Gen3 G37 to a fellow that had never heard of it. He liked it so much than he has bought a second used G37 and is looking for a 3rd for his father.
     
  9. burgherdude

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    This sounds like what I experienced; last year I bought a G37 and liked it so much I bought a second one in OD!
     
  10. Steeler58

    Steeler58

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    Thanks for the photos much appreciated- darn I just bought the gen3 37--well that means I might have to aquire another glock :cool:
     
  11. SGT45

    SGT45 Silver Member

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    Hey Danny, We just got a G4 G37 from the Glock Rep. for testing. It feels so nice. Balances well. I can hardly wait to shoot her. I have a G3 G37, wanna see how they compare. I will let you know the results.
     
  12. SGT45

    SGT45 Silver Member

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    G3 G37 vs. G4 G37- All I can say is Wow!!!!!!!!!! What a sweet pistol. I was hesitant, I had a issue G22 in 1997 that I did not get along with. I hated that Pistol. Couldn't shoot it for s#!t. I was Leary of the similar size frame of the G37. But that Gen4 frame is sweet!!!! The combo of caliber,slide and frame is wonderful for me. I was surprised I didn't mind the G3 G37 all that much. But G4 was much better! Now- how about that Gen4 G38!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
    Last edited: Jul 20, 2011
  13. David_Ely

    David_Ely GAP'r

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    I love my Gen4 G37. After shooting it, I find it hard to go back to my Gen3 G38. As soon as GLOCK comes out with a Gen4 G38, I'm there!



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  14. jmoln

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    Picked up my Gen 4 G37 last week in a trade and took it out to the woods for a test run. The Glock ran 200gr FMJ while my 1911 used 230gr FMJ. Just a fun run of double-taps into ant hills and I have to say felt recoil in both was identical. This wasn't an accuracy test, that will come later along with pics.
     
  15. SGT45

    SGT45 Silver Member

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    jmoln- keep shooting that G37- you will begin to really like her.