Originally Posted by G19OD
Yes, you are correct, but since the .45GAP cartridge is almost totally only used in Glock models G37, G38 and G39 (Gen 3 and hopefully someday Gen 4), the two (cartridge and handgun model) have become synonymous in common parlance. However, I apologize for any confusion I may have caused.
I have been aware of the .45 GAP cartridge since when Glock first announced it to the firearms press. This thread is the first time I have seen or heard anyone suggest that the name for the cartridge has become synonymous with the name of a gun. If I haven't seen it or heard it ... it is not in "common parlance."