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Glock G20 G3 15+1 10mm 4.6" Reviews

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13 Reviews. Average Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4.9 of 5 Stars!</span> [4.9 of 5 Stars!]
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by John G Wednesday 31 August, 2011
I couldn't be more pleased... Thanks fellas!

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Adam H Thursday 29 October, 2009
I forgot to mention that my G20 does not destroy brass, as indicated by another reviewer. My older G22 (first generation) definitely shows the signs of cases bulging, which is typical for older Glocks. The case bulges have never affected my reloading, though. The cases resize fine and don't make any difference compared to unbulged cases I pick up on the range. I have read that newer Glocks (like my new third generation G20 that I bought from Bud's) were designed to fix this problem. I have collected all my brass from my G20 and have not found one bulged case. I haven't reloaded any yet, but have no reason to think I shouldn't use my own fired cases. I also shoot lead bullets through my stock (ie. no after market barrel) G22/G23's without any issues. I clean every 200-300 rounds to avoid possible kabooms, but the money saved on lead reloads is huge. Maybe some people have had kabooms simply because they were shooting lead through their Glocks, but I really doubt it. I tend to listen to people with real world experience, not people who lurk around forums that have only heard about things...

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Adam H 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: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by john h Saturday 20 June, 2009
just got my glock 20 went to the range the other day fired several boxes of ammo throught it with no problems at all it fired everything i put in it from the lite loaded cci blazer 200gr. fmj to the full power jhp 165gr. golden sabers from reed's ammuniton.all i have to say is buy this full sized glock 20 and you will love it from how it feeds to the lite recoil even with full power loads.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Alan K Friday 27 February, 2009
I had a G20 and sold it. If you want the king of the Glocks, this is the gun. I prefer the new SF grip so if I bought another it would without a doubt be an SF. My gripe with this gun is that the Glock barrel is too loose and destroys brass. If you don't reload then this is a non issue and you can order hot 10mm from doubletapammo and be good to go. As a reloader your option is to get a tighter barrel, but when you do that you loose the poly rifling and some velocity. I had a 6" LWD barrel that didn't destroy brass, but it chrono'd not a lot more than the 4.6" barrel. I didn't like the extended barrel and I would have to lose velocity with a non factory 4.6" so I sold it because honestly it wouldn't be running much faster than 40s&w with a short non factory barrel. It is a good solid gun and if you need absolute maximum power in a Glock, this is the platform.

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">4 of 5 Stars!</span> [4 of 5 Stars!]
by James H Monday 04 August, 2008
Awesome penetration and nearly flat ballistics!! you can't go wrong with a 10MM GLOCK!! The only downside is the price of ammo, but reloading makes it worthwhile :)

Rating: <span itemprop="ratingValue">5 of 5 Stars!</span> [5 of 5 Stars!]
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