The 10 and 13 are both double stack.
The only single stack Glock is the G36.
As for weather or not to buy a 10 rounder or a 13 rounder, buy the one that holds the most ammo, they are both the same size.
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I am new to carrying a Glock and wondering if there is any advantages or disadvantages to a 10-round magazine and a 13-round magazine?
I guess I am asking if the single- stack magazine has an advantage over a double-stack magazine as far as performance, ammo getting hung up, etc? Thanks for your input.
The only difference, as JD indicated, is the capacity (needed due to state by state capacity restrictions, i.e. Massachusetts). More is better.
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As long as there are no silly prohibitions on magazine capacity where you are, go with the 13 rnd. Mo' bullets is better bullets!
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Indeed---I'll follow along with that notion----especially if the mags are almost the same price!More is better.
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I carry the 13 round with a Glock +2 floorplate which gives me 16 rounds of 40 cal and a slightly longer grip without adding the extra barrel length of the G22.
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