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Glock 20 Reviews

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Postby Uomu » Thu Nov 29, 2007 1:09 pm

Thank you Glock4life.
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Postby MustangJarhead » Thu May 01, 2008 8:59 pm

I am very happy with my G20, but I do have big hands - a friend said for him it was liking trying to grip a 2x4. But the size makes the recoil feel no stronger than a .45, and this is a sturdy, accurate, and dependable pistol, and the 10mm is great as a stopper (hollowpoints reduce the risk of overpenetration.)
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Postby Bigfunkytown » Mon May 19, 2008 10:29 pm

My be getting a G20 in ten days, Hope I can retro fit a G21 barrel on to it thus having the perfrect 45/;10mm.
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Postby nathan.honeycutt » Fri Jun 19, 2009 4:40 pm

Looking for A GLock .357 SIG does anyone know of anyone who has one for sale
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Postby raiderblue » Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:08 pm

10 waiting period ends at 10am this morning, already picked up 500 rounds of 200gr ammo and will be at the range by lunch time for a date with my new love. After lunch update on my first 10mm shoot will follow.
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Postby raiderblue » Wed Dec 09, 2009 2:47 pm

I ran 250 through my new love in one night and have been dropping 50 every other night out till i just ran dry. No hiccups, NO FTFs or FTEs or even FTCs. Ran through a total of 500 rounds of 200gr reloads and 100 winchester 175gr silvers over two weeks. Perfect, flawless. BTW, i wouldnt say i have small hands but by no means are they big (i can not palm a basketball) yet this gun feels comfortable in my hands and recoil was never an issue.
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Postby KoolLade » Fri Mar 05, 2010 8:08 pm

Just took my Glock 20 to the range today. All I can say is this is a mans gun. The 230gr+p's I ran in my 1911 were hot, But 230gr Double-Tap ammo in that Glock felt like a cannon! I'm very happy with my purchase. NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART.
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Postby tomt » Sat Mar 06, 2010 7:38 pm

I have had my Model 20 for at least 7 years and have had no problems at all. Very reliable and easy to maintain. It shoots very well, and I have no regrets about buying it.
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Postby Patrol » Sun Aug 22, 2010 6:32 pm

When a bunch of us firearms instructors conducted our departments test and evaluation due to our Chief we had to stay with the 40s&w caliber. We had already been baffled with the Smith M&P prior to their session on the range and since many of us already owned our own Glocks the G22 was nothing awe inspiring. What we did do was blow off over a thousand rounds through the G20 10mm because none of us had ever shot this awesome powerful yet very accurate mans gun. Ironically the sales rep didn't know that 10mm wasn't even an option for us we still had a blast knocking out the little man up in the corners of those Mod B27 targets from almost 20 yards away. This gun is one of the most underrated guns that I know of in existence besides the Tanfoglio CZ clones and the Taurus PT 99 Beretta 92 clones. I know 10mm is hard to find but it's an awesome round and this pistol was made for it.
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Postby v35pilot » Sat Oct 29, 2011 5:37 am

I've had my G20 for 4 years. Flawless. Easts any ammo through the LoneWolf long comp'd barrel, and you can reload the brass!

Best fun in years is to load up the mag, get 50 feet from a big berm backstop at the outdoor range, aim at the berm, pull the trigger as fast as you can, and when the last round fires, follow the last brass out and up, and you will see 4 pieces of brass still in the air!!!!! Pistol FirePower !! 15 rounds of 180gr TMJ's doing 1320fps from handloads. Holy Crap !!!
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