Glock 45 - 9mm
Ratings & Reviews
As usual not disappointed at all. Another good Glock product.Shoots real nice.
Absolutely love this pistol! Handles beautifully!!!!! I'm not one to like recoil and this has very little.
More Glocks to buy!
by william A
my first Glock, Now my best daily carry,extra capacity,fits my large hands, with a pancake holster not noticeable, my only down fall is the tiny break down lever ,so I changed it for the extended lever ,now it's perfect.
Full size feel
First Glock fits my larger hand than a 19, but still get the conceal comfort
Over 200 rounds thru it in two weeks. LOVE it! 3rd Glock I've owned. Because I do not have "large" hands, I added the Talon (grit) Grip and qualified easily for the LE National Concealed Carry permit last week. (1st step: Draw and fire 2 to the chest and 2 to the head in less than 5 sec. from 3') In each group, the two rounds overlapped. My only complaint is that the Glock 45 (9mm) is so new that I can't determine which Glock accessories to purchase to fit it, (ie: extended slide release, Pyramid trigger, guide rod laser, etc}. Hoping the Glockstore will update the info real soon. Also need a video on installing the extended slide release. It is not the same as on the Glock 19 slide release video currently in use. It was a lot simpler on my Glocks 19 and 26.
My first Glock and I couldn't be any happier. What a great shooting handgun, now to buy the G45 MOS !!!
Glock model 45
I traded in my Glock 23 for the model 45. Best gun I have ever owned.
GLOCK 45 gen 5
by John h
Just picked up this glock the other day. Took it out for some testing. And the best results I have had in a while. This is my first glock. I have several other pistols. That are nothing compared to this prize. It is very accurate. Not much recoil. And if you wear medium gloves. It’s a perfect fit. I’m 6’3 270 and wish I would have bought glocks first instead smith and Wesson’s (no offense).
I'm switching to the Glock 45 from my Glock 17 for my duty weapon.
Glock model 45
by Sal C
Love the gun. Shoots great. Traded up for this gun and had a Gen4 Glock 23. Only complaint is the flared handle on the bottom. This really makes it difficult to rip out the magazine in case of a malfunction. I understand why they did it but do not agree. The easy fix would be to change the magazine bottom so you can grab it. Hint Hint Glock
One for each hand!
I'm recoil-sensitive and couldn't make peace with a Sig P320. But I love the Glock 45. The grip allows me to fully get the heal of non-dominant hand on it AND the low bore access means much less muzzle flip. No more low & left!