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Glock 20 10mm 15 Rnd Fixed Sights
[PI2050203]
$545.00
by Adam H Date Added: Thursday 29 October, 2009
I cannot say enough good about the 10mm round. Much more powerful than my 40 S&W on the dueling tree and out to 50 yards, but not much more recoil. I have read forums/reviews saying how the FBI requested downloaded 10mm because the high power stuff had too much recoil. Based on my experience shooting over 150 rounds (so far) that FBI story is way over stated. If I was doing USPSA, I would take the 40 S&W because I can shoot faster and more accurately with the lower recoil. But in actual self defense situations where you would be shooting only a couple rounds accurately with max power, I would take the 10mm hands down (especially with Truglo TFO sites, which are unbelievable and available from Bud's).

I do have quite a bit of experience shooting 40 S&W, so keep that in mind. But the 10mm is the logical progression from the 40 if you are looking for something more powerful and flatter shooting. As far as the Glock 20 goes, couldn't be happier. Glocks are the best value going without question. Accurate, dependable, inexpensive, parts available everywhere...Triggers are rough, but pretty easy to learn (or fix). Don't buy this gun without handling it if your hands don't fit in large size gloves. My G22 felt like a toy after handling my G20.

The ONLY downside is that 10mm is expensive unless you reload. If you are just getting into shooting get a Glock 9mm or 40 S&W because the ammo is much cheaper. Once you have fired several thousand rounds, you may want an upgrade to the 10mm like I did.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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