Glock 29

Glock 29

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    Glock 29

    Lookin at picking one of these up. My main question is how much recoil do they have? Manageable? Accuracy? Thanks.


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    Recoil is such a subjective thing... for some it's not bad. For some it's horrible. I think for most it's not as bad as they thought it would be.

    Accuracy... not an issue. Follow up shots will be more of a concern... but like anything you can get better with practice.

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    I carry one daily, it is my favorite caliber. as kmagness says " recoil is subjective" I do not find it bad at all and follow up shots are not a problem.
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    Ask Mr. Hickok 45.

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    Recoil is ammo dependent, some 10mm ammo is downloaded to 40 S&W power.
    I use the Hornady 155 gr. XTP, which I've chronographed @ 1,278 fps out of my 29SF.
    The Hornady 155 XTP produces the same caluclated felt recoil out of the 29 as the 45 acp 230 gr. Ranger T does out of the Glock 30, subjectively I agree.
    No internal lock or magazine disconnect on my pistols!

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    Very manageable. My favorite also.

    The quote below is from this article: CALIBERS -- 10mm Advocacy Article

    "The 10mm has bullets for defensive use alone in weights of 135, 150, 155, 165, 170, 175, 180 and 200 grains. That’s eight weights! Plus the 190gr, and 220gr weights which are NON-JHP and for other shooting applications."

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    Recoil is fine. I used to own one, but got rid of it. Felt like I was trying to conceal this every day:


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    I carry my G29 everyday and when I go to the range it always gets shot, the recoil isn't bad for me at least

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    Anyone have finger buzz issues with the Glock 10mms?

    I get it in the .40s I've owned or shot as well.

    That's why I love Glock 357s so much!

    You should proabably not have any recoil issues.

    IF I went with a Glock 10mm, I'd want these in it for

    defensive carry, or 165 grain Gold Dots.

    The Equalizer load would be nice as well.


    Have fun with your new 10mm!

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