Not my 10-year-old, 80-pound grandson, Logan Myers, that's who. Check out this shot of Logan ripping off rounds with my new (to me) Glock 29 10mm. And no, he isn't just posing. The little whippersnapper fired three magazines of those big, bad 10mm rounds downrange and he hit what he was aiming at, too, and has the holes to prove it. My camera finger just wasn't fast enough to catch him with the gun in recoil action. Here's some of Logan's holes, plus some of mine and my son's also, in 10mm, 357 Sig, .45 ACP, 9mm, .22 Magnum and .22 LR. It wasn't exactly precision shooting. Rain conspired to keep me away from the range yet again, but this time my son came through with Plan B. Out behind his home in the country, he hammered together some 2x12s for a frame and we set it up in the rain 25 feet from the shelter of his outbuilding and blasted away with all guns. It was stand and deliver time. Next week, we'll set up a bench and do some precision shooting. But Saturday was more fun in the rain than the law ought to allow for the Myers boys, grandpa, son and grandson. Yeeha! Logan is wearing my son's (or is it his?) Ruger 22 magnum/.22 LR revolver and my son added his Ruger P345 .45 ACP semi-auto to the Myers arsenal for the day. I brought my new until-Saturday-unfired-by-me G29, my Steyr M357-A1, my S&W 669 subcompact 9mm, my new Kel Tec P11 9mm pocket pistol and my Walther P22. Everybody fired everything. And no wrist surgery will be required for any of us. Biggest surprise of the day is how soft-shooting that "baby Glock" in 10mm turned out to be. I ripped off a G20 magazine first and was surprised to pronounce it lighter recoiling than my S&W 1076 all-steel 10mm, for which I traded it. Then my son shot it and said he couldn't tell much if any difference between the G29 recoil and his P345, and his P345 has the softest recoil of any .45 I've ever shot, and that's several 1911s over my nearly 60 years. So we asked Logan if he wanted to give it a whirl and he smiled and said "Sure" and let 'er rip. Frankly, I was expecting to get more of a hand jolt with the G29 than with my traded 1076, not less. This is my first experience with shooting a Glock, but I must note this one is heavily customized with HD Wolff springs, satin-finish slide, 1911-angle grip and a trigger job. Plus I liberally lubed the slide and rails with Slide Glide prior to shooting. Maybe a stock Glock wouldn't shoot so sweet in 10mm, I don't know. I just know I love this G29! Here's one final shot of the back side of our target frame with some mighty big, jagged holes in the 2x12s from all calibers, including both FMJs and HPs in 10mm.