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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Mr.Glock20c, Jan 3, 2005.

  1. Mr.Glock20c

    Mr.Glock20c

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  2. Cryptoboy

    Cryptoboy Sr. Sr. Member!

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    Wow, that's an old Glock!

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    I personally do not like the 10mm. I recommend a G23
     
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    Aphotic happy-go-lucky

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    Yep.

    G23 is the best firearm ever designed, created and distributed. I would take my G23 into a gunfight over any other handgun I have ever held, shot or read about.
     
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    I don't know about the best designed. But it's a fair choice.
     
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    Eagles1181 Flying High

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    I think the G23 is the best combination of power, capaisty, size, weight and concealability I have found. There is a reason I put one on every morning.

    Eagle
     
  7. Soldat

    Soldat Big Dwarf Rodeo

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    the 20/29 is only slightly larger, I actually prefer the large grip.

    You have the same number of rounds as the 22/23.

    However the 10mm will produce well over 700ft-lbs While the 40 short and weak strains to get 500ft-lbs.

    If you can handle the recoil the 10mm is a much better cartridge.
     
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    Eagles1181 Flying High

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    I have no doubt that it is bastically better. I just find I grip the 23 much more naturally, and when in a hurry I don't have to adjust my grip to get a good shot. But to each his own.

    Eagle
     
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    Ignition Insanityville

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    i find i grip and conceal a .45 (g30) better than its 10mm brother.

    but thats why they make vanillia and chocolate ice cream
     
  10. Soldat

    Soldat Big Dwarf Rodeo

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    To each his own, I find my Ultra CDP much easier to conceal than any of the Glocks.

    But that's why they make apples and oranges.;f

    The grips on my 21&20 are the same, wouldn't the grips on the 30&29 be the same as well?
     
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    Ignition Insanityville

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    yes they are but when buying my g30 the only 10mm glock there was the 20 fullsize and i wanted the smaller g30




    so i didnt really get a fair chance to compair.
     
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    I think the 10mm is the best round Glock chambers.
     
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    stiletto raggio

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    Roger that. 10mm rules.
     
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    22 years old
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