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PRIMER

A small cap in the head of the cartridge that, when struck by the firing pin, ignites the

Cartridge

A single piece of ammunition, made up of the bullet, casing, powder, and primer. The metal projectile (usually lead) that is expelled from the mouth of a firing cartridge

CASSING

A tube that holds all the other ammunition components together, typically made from brass. The bullet is usually held in the open end of the casing.

Introduction To Glocks

WHAT IS THE TYPICAL RANGE OF A GLOCK ?

The different Glocks have slight different ranges they can get too. The range also typically depends on the caliber of the shooter but for the glock ( glock 17, glock 19, glock 22) series it lies between 45m – 50m

50M

Pistol Ammunition

Popular Semi-Automatic Pistol Ammunition

Popular Semi-Automatic Pistol Ammunition Calibers

.22 Long Rifle (LR):
Rimfire cartridge often used in sport shooting and training. This caliber is
ideal for first-time shooters.

.380 ACP:
This small round is known as the “three-eighty” and is a popular choice for
small pistols.

9mm:
This caliber is the most popular and widely used worldwide.

.40 S&W:
Larger and slower than 9mm, with more recoil.

.45 Auto:
Slightly larger and slower than .40 caliber, with a bit more recoil.

.45 GAP:
GAP stands for “GLOCK Automatic Pistol”. This caliber rivals the firepower
of the .45 Auto, but is shorter, allowing it to fit into a more compact semi-
automatic pistol.

10mm:
Has greater range and is faster than the .45 Auto.

.357 Auto:
Slightly longer than the .40 caliber, and known for accuracy and stopping power.