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Posted: 12/10/2001 1:58:48 AM EDT
I picked up a Glock 20 last year and it quickly became my favorite Glock. I'm leaning towards a 29 for CCW if Ohio ever can get a CCW passed.

How many other 10MM out there?
Link Posted: 12/10/2001 11:48:15 AM EDT
Just about bought a 20 from a friend, but he ended up selling it to a friend's girl for protection.

That is probably one of the best Glocks out there, wish they did a long barrel job like the 17L and 34 and 35.

10mm is fun, but it is getting to be a reload only cartridge.
Link Posted: 12/12/2001 9:15:36 PM EDT
Two Deltas here
Link Posted: 12/12/2001 9:41:04 PM EDT
One Springfield Omega here, and dad has two Deltas and one G20. I love the 10mm. I wish that the rounds were loaded like they were intended. These fellas bragging about the .40 don't know power when it comes to the 10mm and .357 Sig.
Link Posted: 12/20/2001 12:58:52 PM EDT
G20 here, looking to possibly trade for a 29. I love the round, gun just seems a bit big next to my 1911s and G19.
Link Posted: 12/23/2001 7:18:43 AM EDT
I have a 20, with 2 15's, hi-viz sights and a guide rod laser. Sits in my nightstand. I love my 3 1911's, but they are safe queens.
Link Posted: 12/23/2001 6:30:49 PM EDT
I've got an AMT backup in 10MM, anyone want to trade?
Link Posted: 1/6/2002 11:39:44 AM EDT
WRONGO! Just do a search for RBCD ammo, and check out their claim of 77 grs at 2450 fps, in a 5" 10mm. If I didnt' cast for the .45, and couldn't shorten .45 Win Mag cases to fit the 1911 mag, I would invest in a 10mm! That RBCD load is 1050 ft lbs, and you are NOT going to lose more than 100 fps by using a 4" barrel. It probably isn't even all THAT hot, since several of the 10mm's in production lack fully-supported barrels. I just cast zinc slugs for the .45, and get the same slug wts and veloctities, without giving up the cheaper, more available mags, brass, bullets, etc. I suggest that anyone who fires hot stuff out of a 1911 look into drilling and tapping 2 opposing holes thru the frame, and use the protruding ends of 2 small setscrews to better hold the MSH (mainspring housing) in the frame. 1911's are notorious for "tearing out" the weak spot just below the MSH's retaining pin. The 2 screws relieve the stress on this area.
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