This is a discussion on 10mm thoughts? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by deadguy People are getting fatter everyday. 10mm isn't just for bears anymore. Not nice, but true and funny....
Actually it's neither. People not shutting their pieholes is the problem.
Maybe he should make doors to subway trains smaller forcing people to get skinnier to ride subway LOL
Glock 20sf, Sig P938
Abolish income tax. Tax people by the pound. The bigger you are, the more you pay. Simple.
I want a Glock 20. I wonder if it will make it into Gen 4.
Whatever doesn't kill you postpones the inevitable.
g29 and 1006 here. Sweet guns. Just wish my 1006 had larger capacity, but it is a beast. Got novak work done on the whole thing and its my favorite gun. Today at least
The G29 was my EDC for a while until the 1911 bug sunk its teeth deep into me and ended my polymer days. For a compact, reliable, lightweight and fun 10mm carry pistol, the 29 fits the bill.
There's nothing like a funeral to make you feel alive
Bought a G20sf earlier this year, primarily for woods carry. I love it, and it turns out I actually shoot it better than any of my other pistols (all .380 and 9mm). Makes me wish I could CC it! The factors that finally made me decide on the 10mm, and specifically the G20, were its high capacity and light weight relative to most woods-carry alternatives (like 44, 454, etc), and Glock's excellent reputation for durability and reliability.
Like others, I haven't had any trouble finding quality ammo online. +1 for Double Tap, Underwood, and Buffalo Bore. I found that the heaviest loads (specifically DT's 230-gr woods load: DoubleTap Ammunition) will cause occasional FTFs, but word on the web is that this can be corrected by installing a stiffer recoil spring (I haven't done this yet). Everything else I've tried has fired flawlessly through the G20, including lighter loads (200 gr and below) from DT, Hornady, Winchester, and American Eagle.
As others have said, you can buy a .40 conversion barrel to make practice more affordable. I understand you can also get a conversion barrel for the G20 in .357 SIG. 3 guns in 1 - not bad!
Boo I just got a gen 3
Glock 20sf, Sig P938
I'm fating my piggy bank and accepting donations to get a G20 as I type this
And I got my sign ready for when I do it reads ... Will Work For 10mm Ammo