Any Glock 10mm would be my choice. 29, 20, or 40.
Have you thought of getting a 10mm conversion barrel for your G21? I have read that they work with G21 mags and it would be an inexpensive entry into 10mm.I‘ve decided my next pistol will be 10mm. Up until tonight I was firmly set on the Glock G20. However I thought I might need to consider some other brands. After looking at info on different models it is now between the G20 and the Springfield Armory XDm Elite. I will have to buy either from Sportsmen Warehouse and the local store has the SA and the G20 in stock. The SA Elite is black/OD green which I really like. I know I can’t go wrong with the Glock and have read many threads on here about the G20. Also the G20 will be a Gen 4. I have a Gen 4 G21 and really like the looks and feel of the Gen 4. Plus I haven’t decided if I need MOS. The SA has the option for a RDS so I’m covered if I do decide to add one. I just haven’t read a lot on the SA and need some info on them. I am kind of familiar with the feel of the SA as I had one of their early XD .45s. I remember liking the feel of the gun. What is the reliability like with these in 10mm? Any concerns I should know about? Thanks in advance for your help.
Top to BottomNice collection. But you are assuming wrong if you think everyone will recognize from photo & know which 10 mms you like.
Even zooming in I could not identify them. But I am interested in which you like and what sets them apart from other 10 mms.🙂
No I want a dedicated 10mm. I want to have both. Congrats on the Gen 5. How much are they going for and where did you buy it? I’m probably gonna go for the Gen 4 so it‘ll match my G21 if I decide on the Glock.Have you thought of getting a 10mm conversion barrel for your G21? I have read that they work with G21 mags and it would be an inexpensive entry into 10mm.
I just got a Gen5 G20, but haven't made it to the range yet, although I really like the way it feels in my LH.
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You shouldn't buy based on the ol' Gun Store Fondle.Well I went to Sportsman’s Warehouse today to look at the SA but I didn’t see it on the wall. The one sales person was busy with a couple that was determined to see every gun hanging on the wall so I didn’t get a chance to ask if they had it somewhere else or I was just over looking it. Either way I didn’t get to hold it. So I just have to keep researching it and make my decision.
I see the same thing. Not my guns either so I would be just as wrong 😑.Top to Bottom
Dan Wesson Bruin 6" 1911
Agency Arms modified G20
2011 Cosaint (might be wrong on this one)
Not my guns but that is what I'm seeing
I’ve already checked around with the local ranges it’s a no go on renting one. That’s why I’m leaning towards the Glock it shouldn’t be much different than my G21. But I really like the looks of the SA and I’ve owned an early XD .45 that I carried on SWAT and I really liked that pistol. It was OD green also so it has a little nostalgia for me.You shouldn't buy based on the ol' Gun Store Fondle.
It may feel good in your hand but you may shoot it like crap.
Try to find someone in your area that has one and will let you try it before you buy.
Or see if there is a local range that rents guns.
I have a Glock G20.4, Tangfoglio Stock III and a Sig X-Ten.
Lots of rounds through the G20, very accurate and easy to shoot.
The Tanfo is a steel framed beast....love that gun.
The X-Ten is new. I'm a big P320 fan and this is a great pistol.....feels almost like a 9mm frame.
Not a fan of the looks of M&P or XD so I'll probably never own either of those.
Everyone has their favorites.
If you're familiar with G21, then G20 will feel like an old friend.I’ve already checked around with the local ranges it’s a no go on renting one. That’s why I’m leaning towards the Glock it shouldn’t be much different than my G21. But I really like the looks of the SA and I’ve owned an early XD .45 that I carried on SWAT and I really liked that pistol. It was OD green also so it has a little nostalgia for me.
It will be once they iron out their mag problem.Another good option now is the Sig P320 XTen.