I'm sure everyone knows the story of the 1986 Miami FBI shootout that led to the adoption and then abandonment of the 10mm due to "sharp" recoil. I wanted to make a vid demonstrating rapid fire of my G29SF with the hottest loads I know of. The video is kind of a fail in that you can't see the bullet holes. I can say that the shots were all over the target but all on the torso. I was trying to simulate a worst case scenario where the gun would be shot rapidly at close range. [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sugPNAYcXJg&list=UU8YZCSPejQGouHgPp0_bW5A&index=1&feature=plcp"]MINI0042 - YouTube[/ame] Glock 29 SF KKM barrel Tungsten rod with 23lb Wolff spring grip is silicon carbide epoxied ghost rocket trigger connector 7 yards Underwood 135gr 1600fps JHP I weigh about 157lbs. I mention that because I think it's a factor in recoil control. Also this is a compact gun and performance might improve with a full size. And this is the first time I've tried rapid fire of this gun so further training could improve things even more. Probably preaching to the choir here but my conclusion is that the recoil of full power 10mm is not prohibitive to a duty weapon. If you shoot these or similar loads in your 10 let me know if you agree or disagree. Then we can forward this thread to the FBI so they can immediately switch back to the 10 and prices on retail ammo will fall for all of us. It could happen.