Glock G45 combines a full-size frame with a sub-compact slide, creating a great service pistol for police and security personnel. It has a number of innovations known from Gen 5 guns.
Reviews About Glock – G45
There a number of people in today’s world that are impossible to make happy.
Chief among these are gun people, and the most notorious and outspoken are fans of GLOCK pistols.
Today we will be taking a look at a gun that makes a tremendous amount of sense to me and many others, but has somehow irked some of the faithful: the GLOCK 45.
The G45 is a bit of a strange misnomer, as it’s not chambered in .45 ACP.
The expectation was that it somehow would be, but seeing as how GLOCK has never released a gun with the model number corresponding to the chambering, I’m not sure how that could be that confusing.
The GLOCK 45 is in fact chambered in 9x19mm and GLOCK calls it a compact crossover, with a compact G19-size slide on a full-size Gen5 G17 frame.
That makes a great deal of sense when the direction of handguns and end-users are taken into account, but that still wasn’t enough for some I spoke to.