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glock 20 6'' imr 800x powder vs std glock 21 SF

Discussion in '10mm Reloading Forum' started by tigman5356, May 29, 2012.


  1. tigman5356

    tigman5356 Master Welder

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    shot at 15 yrds, glock 20 with glock 6'' barrel. hornaday 155 grain bullets. 800 x powder. aprox 1600 fps. 3/16 A36 plate (mild steel) slug was buried in the plate had to use a torch to melt the slug out. the glock 21 SF with winchester white box dinged the plate. dont get me wrong, i love a 45. the 10mm flat out kicks ass. i shot a dirt pile at 165 yds. the 10mm makes the dirt thud and hits nearly where you aim. the 40S&w is a long shot hail mary to even hit the pile
     
  2. tigman5356

    tigman5356 Master Welder

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    May 29, 2009
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    800x is the shiz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks IMR!!!