New Pistol in 10MM or 45GAP?
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    Question New Pistol in 10MM or 45GAP?

    I am thinking about getting a new pistol in 10mm or 45G.A.P. I now have a 380 /9mm/40cal /45cal and for some reason i think i need more power. Any way guy's i would like to hear from people that have been at this longer than me. I know a shot gun is very good for home but i like to stick with with some thing that i carry around with me.
    Jerry

    NRA Life Member

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    I guess you could have a straight flush.

    But unless you can hit with the second shot, does it really matter?

    Psalm 82:3-5

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    Why not a Desert Eagle .50?

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    Desert Eagle .50 that does sound good.
    Jerry

    NRA Life Member

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    I have a Glock 20. 10mm gets pretty pricey so I slapped a Lone Wolf .40 cal conversion barrel on.

    I like having the option of swapping out to .40 when I wanna shoot a big Glock or 10mm when I want to splurge at the range or having to put down the occasional zombie or grizzly bear.

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    Glock 20 10mm,
    Not only does it have a hell of a bark,but the ballistics are also impressive. I purchased one in 2009 for Conceal Carry.
    After shooting it for a while I decieded to use it for back up while hunting.

    Last year I shot a nice 250+ Pound Black Bear with my .300 Weatherby when I tracked the Bear,it still wasnt expired so I used the 10mm and it took care of the situation very quickly. I was very impressed, I would not want to be on the. Receiving end of the G20

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    .454 casull super powerful. go big or go home! lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by che View Post
    I have a Glock 20. 10mm gets pretty pricey so I slapped a Lone Wolf .40 cal conversion barrel on.

    I like having the option of swapping out to .40 when I wanna shoot a big Glock or 10mm when I want to splurge at the range or having to put down the occasional zombie or grizzly bear.
    For the .40 S&W conversion barrel do you just change the barrel or springs as well? Can the 10mm magazines hold the .40 S&W rounds or is it better to get the .40 S&W magazines?

    I have a 20SF coming in a week or two, and I am thinking of getting the Lone Wolf .40 S&W conversion barrel so I just wanted to see what is actually required to allow the 20SF to shoot .40 S&W.

    Thank you.

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    Without looking at the stats, I am pretty sure that .45 acp is more powerful than .45 gap, which is a shorter version of the .45 acp (like 380 vs. 9mm and .40 vs. 10mm).

    It looks like you will be saying "One of each, please" when you go ammo shopping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 442js View Post
    For the .40 S&W conversion barrel do you just change the barrel or springs as well? Can the 10mm magazines hold the .40 S&W rounds or is it better to get the .40 S&W magazines?

    I have a 20SF coming in a week or two, and I am thinking of getting the Lone Wolf .40 S&W conversion barrel so I just wanted to see what is actually required to allow the 20SF to shoot .40 S&W.

    Thank you.
    I was just inquiring about that. They said you only need the barrel and the stock mag is what you use.

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