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brassraker 07-08-2013 21:34

who has a 10mm auto?
 
what gun is it?
what is your opinion of it?
glock 20
great gun

willieH 07-09-2013 03:15

I like the G20 with the SF grip reduction. I don't find the 10mm particularly harsh to shoot and it's one of Glocks heaviest pistol weighing a touch under 28oz. The sights were replaced with Warren Tactical/Sevigny sight set. Finding ammo is difficult and expensive.

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y66...ps403853a9.jpg

ede 07-09-2013 03:48

I have a G20SF now, never fired it. I'd like to sell it. After reading everything about the 10mm I'm afraid to shoot it. I'm worried I might vaporize something or myself. I've had a couple other G20s and G29s and one 4" 610 all gone now. I am in the market for a 6" 610 if I could ever find one.

markerbeacon 07-09-2013 04:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by brassraker (Post 20441331)
what gun is it?
what is your opinion of it?
glock 20
great gun

Glock 29 Gen4
Love it!

thisaway 07-09-2013 05:06

I have a somewhat geriatric Gen 2 Glock 20

bac1023 07-09-2013 05:52

D&D Bren Ten, Glock 20, Smith & Wesson 1006 :cool:


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Green Mountain Boy 07-09-2013 05:53

Glock 29 Gen 4. First 10 for me.


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SigFTW 07-09-2013 06:52

S&W 1006, one of the best 10mm out there. No longer in production :crying:however you still can find them if you are willing to pay.

RIA 10mm, a very nice 1911 style 10mm for $600. (Some minor upgrades may be required to get it running 100%) http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/show....php?t=1456301

http://i1243.photobucket.com/albums/...psadc719ce.jpg

boilergonzo 07-09-2013 08:25

Gun: Only a G20SF. Only 10mm I have fired.
Opinion: VERY pleasantly surprised how easy it was to shoot (I was fearing "340PD with 357Magnum"-like recoil... and it is nothing like that at all!). I love it.

Curious how the old S&W and the 1911's compare with regards to perceived recoil. Does the extra weight help, or does the flex of polymer help, or are they fairly similar?

bac1023 07-09-2013 09:04

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Originally Posted by boilergonzo (Post 20442140)
Curious how the old S&W and the 1911's compare with regards to perceived recoil. Does the extra weight help, or does the flex of polymer help, or are they fairly similar?

I never shot my G20 and 1006 back to back, but the Smith weighs 11oz more than the Glock.

LASTRESORT20 07-09-2013 09:07

Gen3 G20-SF

BlackFratelli 07-09-2013 09:22

Tanfoglio Witness 10mm. While its reputation isn't the best, the same could be said for myself. The gun hasn't let me down once with factory ammo. It only malfunctioned with a box of improperly loaded 10mm range reloads. Not a single malfunction with any factory ammo ive used, from 180 grain putt-putt Hornady to Double Tap and Cor-Bon nuclear loads. I even carried it for a time.


I picked it because the 1006 has the same frame as the 4506, and I couldn't shoot that gun worth a rats in DA. The combination of single stack frame and heavy DA pull meant a missed shot. I ran hundreds of rounds of .45 ACP through it and couldn't get an A zone hit in DA, ever . I changed grips, changed stances......and all in vain. It was a painful moment when I sold that gun. The 4506/1006 is a nice piece, but in a defensive scenario I may as well throw it at the scumbag.

Not only that, its impossible to acquire for under $1000-and 10mm 1911s have the same problem.

Glock's Model 20 doesn't fit my hand any better then the 4506 did, so that left the Witness. It seemed to be a risk given the online research, but its paid off in my case. The best $420 ive ever spent.

http://i454.photobucket.com/albums/q...ps82387a22.jpg

glock2740 07-09-2013 09:52

G20 and G29 here.

GlockWheeler 07-09-2013 10:13

I have, in the past owned 2 Glock 20 pistols, 1 Stainless Colt Delta Elite and my current 10mm, a 3rd Gen Glock 29 (since around 1998). Overall, the Delta Elite was the most accurate, but the least reliable of the bunch. I eventually decided to settle on only 10mm and I chose the Glock 29. I am considering the addition of a 4th Gen Glock 20, however.

Jbehredt 07-09-2013 10:34

Gen 3 20. Love that thing. Idea nicely in my survival sheath chest holster. Full of 220 gr hard cast underwood it's good medicine for unruly things in the woods.

todd_g 07-09-2013 10:53

Yup, I have a G29sf, extremely accurate with my after market barrel.

FullClip 07-09-2013 10:53

Got a Glock 20, and a Colt Delta Elite.

Here's a "before" pic of the Delta.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...Elite_10MM.jpg

I can't find a pic of the 'after' when I had it worked...but will post one when I get back home. (extended grip safety, commander hammer, fiber optic sights, and 3-hole trigger)

fnfalman 07-09-2013 11:19

Two Delta Elites, one SW 1006 and one G20SF.

http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f3...psf959f983.jpg
http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f3...laneous003.jpg
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crazymoose 07-09-2013 11:26

Glock 20 was my first handgun. Owned a few other 10's over the years. A 10mm wasn't terribly practical as a first gun, but it served me well and I still love shooting it.

Billy10mm 07-09-2013 11:35

10mm 1911. I find the 1911 to be an excellent 10mm platform for my needs.


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