So I decided I am not going to get to shoot a 10 mm before deciding to buy one. I can't rent one - and I don't know anyone who has one. I'm curious to know how some of you would describe the stronger loads (DT) in terms of feel. I don't consider myself a recoil-averse person, but I definitely handle some guns better than others. I currently own a Glock 30 which I handle well. I also have a S&W 340PD which I am less enthusiastic about. But I think the 12 oz weight has something to do with it . . . And I am still accurate with it - it just hurts to shoot more than 20 .357s or more than 50 .38s. I can shoot full load .357s from my GP100 without hesitation. And yet I sold a .44 after I decided I disliked the recoil. Can you folks give me an idea of where a 10 mm falls in a Glock 29? Closer to a .44 or a .357 revolver? Is it closer to a .45 because it's an auto? Any help would be appreciated!