The venerable 1911 is being challenged for dominance by Glock’s new Model 37 chambered for the also-new .45 GAP proprietary cartridge. For the first time in its history, the .45 ACP has serious competition. Though without a doubt a powerful handgun, recoil of the Glock 37 (opposite) is controllable, and high-speed shooting sequences are relatively easy to accomplish.
How many glock owners carry the G37 .45 GAP? Are you able to find ammo for it?
The GLOCK pistol has many good features and is a popular service pistol. It features a relatively low bore axis and trigger compression that is controllable with practice. All GLOCK models are examples of reliability.
And even this 1911 fan is surprised by the speed with which GLOCK reacts to the needs of the buying public. Among the best examples of the rapid movement of GLOCK to meet a real need is the GLOCK Model 37.