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Need opinions-2 g29's ??

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by CometPx4, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. CometPx4


    Feb 21, 2009
    I have been having so much fun with my G29 (standard not SF-it just fits my hand better) i am starting to think i should get a second one as a back up. My head is telling me its really not nescessary and i have been thinking of getting a new .45 so today i just kind of stumbled on the idea of just getting another G29 istead.
    10mm is everywhere here in CT and when its not plentiful i hit the internet. Why go .45 anyway when i can get a much more versatile round with the 10mm.
    Does anyone else have 2 G29's or G20's ?? Any reasoning behind it??

    Thanks for the input.


    Dec 20, 2002

  3. nickE10mm

    nickE10mm F.S.F.O.S.

    Apr 13, 2004
    Wichita, KS
    Free bump for e GREAT deal. Good luck on the sale, Hammerhead.

    As for Oregon... NO, I've not owned a "double" of any model pistol. Is the idea to have one of them "hidden" or in the "trunk" while you carry the other one? Or just "the more the merrier"?

    If you have a G29 already, get a G20!!
  4. dryfly

    dryfly Platinum Member

    Nov 25, 2009
    White Mountains NH
    I cant decide myself between a second 20sf or a 29sf.....I really cant.
    I am a bit concerned about being able to be as competent and accurate with the 29sf as it is my understanding the 29 is a tad more trickier to grow accustomed to ?
    Any truth to this? Love my 20sf....
  5. arushus

    arushus Biggest Member

    Jul 22, 2011
    NE Oklahoma
    If you can handle the 20 im sure you can get acclimated to the 29 fairly easily...
  6. CometPx4


    Feb 21, 2009
    Thanks for the replies. Hammer i have an $800 credit at my local FFL some of which i will use to buy my next pistol whether it be the G29 or something else otherwise i would probably be interested.
    As for shooting the G29, I have previously owned a G20 and a G29sf and i find the G29 no more difficult to shoot than the other 2 and its very accurate.
    I have oned many Glocks over the years, and i have found all of the 10mm models to be exceptionally accurate as compared to any of the other non 9mm models. My personal theory is that Gaston designed the Glock around the 9mm and 10mm initially(the G17, G19 and G20 being the first models out) and somehow that has resulted in the those being the most accurate of all of the models.
    Just my personal theory.