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Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and I just found the 10 I was looking for.

Stopped in at my favorite gun shop at noon and what was at the counter but a 10mm Glock 20C(compensated) with fixed night sights.

Used but not showing it and with the newer frame that is more ergonnomic, meaning less brick like than the earlier big frame Glocks.

Came back with some trade goods in the afternoon and brought her home this evening.

I still have loaded ammo, dies and brass from when I had a S&W 1006 so it's off to the range in the morning. :dancer01:
 

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Good luck, have fun and let us know how it shoots.

RIKA
 

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Sounds great, right up to the compensated part. Hope ya have fun, the G20s are supposed to be a great pistol. Just if it's going to be a SD pistol, don't fire it from a retention position.
 

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Enjoy the new toy!
 

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Well I'm back from the range.

Got her shooting 3-1/2" groups off hand at 25yds.

Better than the S&W 1006 that I had. Shooting low though.
 

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TODD 3465 said:
...Shooting low though.
You probably know this, but shooters new to Glocks generally do shoot low with them initially. Generally, right-handers shoot low & left; left-handers shoot low & right.

Just fwiw.
 

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John in AR said:
You probably know this, but shooters new to Glocks generally do shoot low with them initially. Generally, right-handers shoot low & left; left-handers shoot low & right.

Just fwiw.
It's because of how all that soft plastic warps in your grip. . .:dgrin:
 

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I think the AWB will die. And if it dies, I want a Glock 10mm. The 20, with a 15 shot magazine, is tops (at least for me) as a bear protection pistol. 16 shots with fast reload and almost .41 magnum power. Sure I would also have a rifle, but if on horseback the pistol would always be right there. Same goes for sleeping in the tent.
 

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John in AR said:
You probably know this, but shooters new to Glocks generally do shoot low with them initially. Generally, right-handers shoot low & left; left-handers shoot low & right.

Just fwiw.

Yep I've noticed that in the past, but not a problem for me as I've had A Glock of some sort for over 10years.

Though it could be the fact that this frame is bigger than the others.

I'm going to do some trigger work too and see if it helps.
 
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