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Single stack Glock 10mm

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Mycroft, Jan 16, 2005.

  1. Mycroft

    Mycroft

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    Imagine a 10mm glock with the thinness of the G19. Is it even possible or does the slide thickness mandate the current 10mm size?

    Anyone have any idea how many rounds a single stack 10mm might hold?
    I would think at least 8, perhaps 9, not sure.

    Would anyone consider purchasing such a gun if Glock ever made it?

    I would if it held at least 9 rounds and were no larger or wider than the G19.
     
  2. Cam Cooke

    Cam Cooke

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    I'm in Canada and am limited to 10 rounds still.
    Yes....... I would buy a single stack Glock 10mm as long as the barrel length would be at least 4.25"'s long and 5"'s would be even better.
     

  3. bambihunter

    bambihunter 10mm collector

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    I've been begging for a G36 styled 10mm ever since that .45 came out. I don't think they could safely slim down the slide much, but the much narrower grip would help significantly, especially when dressed in lighter summer clothes.
    I would buy it tomorrow if it became available...
     
  4. hollow10mm

    hollow10mm cold,dead,hands

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    yah i would have to buy it to in a heartbeat.
     
  5. Hando

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    why dont you guys get the short barreled S&W
    or do you insist on a polymer frame
    witness is also an option i guess, but i dont know how thick it is.
     
  6. bambihunter

    bambihunter 10mm collector

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    I've got a complete collection of the S&W semi-auto's (except the 1046).
    With the weight, there's a HUGE difference in carrying a S&W 1076 which is nice and slim, but is very heavy, versus what would be a very slim and light G36 type 10mm. I have even thought about a compact Witness since several dimensions are smaller than even that of the 1076 or 1086 but I still opt for the lighter Glock.
    I currently carry a G29 which works for 95% of situations but when I can't carry it for whatever reason, I then have to lighten way up and carry a Kel-Tec P3AT which I can hide very easily in just about anything.
     
  7. bac1023

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    A 10mm single stack similar to the G36 would hold about 7 rounds in the clip. One more than the G36.
     
  8. obxemt

    obxemt Chaplain of CT

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    That would be great, but if anything, they'll probably come out with a 17-sized single stack .45 first.
     
  9. longship

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    I'd be all over a thin ten if Glock were to produce one. It would be absolutely great!!!!
     
  10. glockophile

    glockophile Always learning

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    If they made a single-stack full-sized Glock in 10mm I would buy it, with no hesitation. It would fit my hand better. I don't need more than a single stack of rounds anyway. I've heard so many people talking about such a thing. Why doesn't Glock get it together and do this?