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Another glock 37

Discussion in 'The Bull Dawgs Club' started by Shaun, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. Shaun

    Shaun

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    I don't think I posted anything here since I purchased my first glock37 3 or 4 years ago, But I'm here again to say I just bought another G37. I'm guessing by now they fixed the problem with the followers from the FUD g37s?? Anyone know of any deals on 45GAP ammo? Not the Winchester Ranger stuff I already have a lot.
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    I know of no deals on any decent ammo, but I'm looking.
     

  3. thegriz18

    thegriz18 Paper Killer

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    GA Arms has GAP for $.33 a round FMJ... Not sure if that is a deal or not.
     
  4. Shaun

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    $.33 that's not bad that's what I paid 4 years ago. I'll take a look at GA arms. What happen to ammo prices Gander mountain and even the local gun shops sell everything for 29.99$ Gander mountain is the worse 29.99 even for 380acp. What does one need to reload 45gap ammo? I don't see any Die sets for 45GAP will the 45ACP Die set work?
     
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    GAarms is out of stock on 500 rounds and 1000 rounds. Do you know what brand ammo they sell?
     
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    Most 45ACP dies will work. With some, you will not get a 'crimp' with the shorter GAP case. IIRC I had to machine a bit off the shell holder and mouth of the die. Also remember the GAP uses SP primers so you'll need to switch that part.

    dave - otherwise, an easy reload
     
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    My older Lee 45 ACP would not expand the case enough to seat the bullet. I went to the local reloading shop and they had a set of RCBS that were for both the 45 ACP & GAP. I also picked up a new shell holder for it. From what I've seen the only way owning a GAP makes sense is if you reload, or have a large ammo budget.
     
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    fasteddie565 Combat Diver

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    Browse ammoengine.com for deals. I just bought 1k remington 230 grn RN via them at cheaper than dirt for $400 delivered.

    A guy on Gunbroker still has some Speer gold dot practice ammo for a good price.
     
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