After a long search, I finally found a new Glock 20 unexpectedly at a local pawn shop.
I traded a guitar for the gun, and promptly took it to the range. Accuracy was as good if not better than any semi-auto pistol I've shot, including 70-series Colt .45 auto, and recoil was noticeable, but not particularly harsh. In fact, the full-size Glock 20 doesn't really snap the wrist with 175-grain Win. Silvertips any more than does the Glock 26 subcompact 9mm with +P rounds.
Oh, and does the 10mm perform. It is basically a moderately-loaded .41 magnum in a semi-auto pistol...with 15+1 firepower.
How has this gun/round been so overlooked? It is ideal for home defense, as well as outdoor carry in areas where feral pigs/black bears might be present. In fact, Ted Nugent packs this gun at all times, including on his hunts.
4 years 49 weeks ago, 4:09 PM