Love my GLOCK 20 10mm ......hit 33 out of 34 in a 3 inch target from 50 yards today......and it sounds great! Had people coming over to my stall to watch! Lol! Still got my marksman touch! Was the first time I've shot a gun in 15 years!
Yeah...the 10mm round isn't as common to find as the 40 cal.....but its not like its rare......only place I haven't seen it is Wally world.....but I try not to shop there so who cares....20 rounds of Hornady 155 grain HP/FTP $19.00.....$22.00 for 20 silver tips.....double taps are a bit more, but I don't need those unless I'm out in the woods hunting bear...Lol! Shot her all day at the range and cleaned it up all spic and span tonight.....man, she is beeeeautiful!
I fired a few rounds through his Beretta.....did not like it at all.....bullets were spraying.....handle was too small....kind of like taking the grips off of your goldlf clubs and then trying to play with them......I think my buddy felt the same way after he shot my 20
I really love 10mm. Having said that most factory target ammo for the 10mm is not very powerful. It is barely more powerful than 40 s&w. (I recently posted pics of the velocities, etc) This goes back to why the 10mm never took off. Read the history of the caliber. Now shooting full power loads and then you get the whole story of what this should be. Full power load ballistics are awesome. A pleasure to shoot. As for recoil, it is totally managable. My wife can shoot it.
So many aweome calibers available for a Glock. Why limit to just one? We have 40, 357 and 10 mm. We may add a G26 in 9mm before too long.
Great post, as I was thinking of trading one of my Glocks for a 20C. I have a Glock 35 which I really don't shoot anymore and was talking with a local shop that has a Glock 20C about trading. I still have a 26, 27, and a 30. Not sure, what do you guys think? Thanks!
.40 is, essentially, 10mm short. Both use the same bullet, but the 10mm is in a longer case. I love the 10mm round. It's just an all around great round. I had to sell my G29, because it was getting to be too much to handle in that small of a package, but I still have 2 full size 10mms and I doubt I'll ever even consider selling either one. One's a 1911 and I got a .40 barrel for it for versatility. I want to get a .357 Sig barrel for it too.
One great thing about the G20 is that it's got more caliber conversion options, with just a barrel and maybe a magazine change than just about anything else.