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passive101
02-11-2009, 20:20
I'm selling a Kahr MK9 which will give me enough money to possibly buy a glock 27 or a glock 29 SF.

I have a glock 26.

Can you use a full size barrel in a glock 29 SF? Any negative side effects to this?


why should I not buy one? Give me a good reason :wavey:



mmmmmm power :whistling:

beforeobamabans
02-11-2009, 20:23
Duh, its a 10mm??? Odd ball caliber = expensive ammo and tough resell.

OD GASTON
02-11-2009, 20:24
one word.....ammo.

dougader
02-11-2009, 20:34
You might post this to the 10 Ring, too, (http://glocktalk.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=38) to check into answers to your questions, but I don't think you can use the G20 barrel in a G29; you'd have to get an aftermarket barrel if you want a longer barrel for the 29.

Ammo for the 10mm is best ordered online, so check availability to see for yourself.

Butch
02-11-2009, 20:52
Can you use a full size barrel in a glock 29 SF? Any negative side effects to this?
dougader is correct, the lugs are different, just like the G21/30 lugs.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Glock%20pics/Barrels-G30onG21.jpg



:patriot:

CalmWaters
02-11-2009, 20:57
why should I not buy one? Give me a good reason :wavey:

More importantly why SHOULDN'T you

dougader
02-11-2009, 20:59
Why are you selling the Kahr? I thought you loved that gun.

87'vette
02-11-2009, 21:48
G29!

You won't regret it. As for ammo....reload.

passive101
02-11-2009, 21:57
Why are you selling the Kahr? I thought you loved that gun.

I do. I just want something different, because I can :supergrin:

Mike from Texas
02-11-2009, 22:19
Don't let the haters talk you out of a G29, it's a great gun. Ammo is not THAT much more than 45ACP.

Not Simple
02-11-2009, 22:48
I feel the same way the 10mm is an awsome round i think that once you get used to it you will be very happy you made the move. Most of the people who bad mouth the 10mm. are those first wh have little if any experience with it and those who perceive it to be cost prohibitive.

I say that it's just like anything else take the .357 Sig for example there are still those who bad mouth that round saying things like it's just too expensive to shoot. if you are a reloader you will enjoy it very much. If not then of course you will have to work within the limit of your available funds.

Now that said, Buy the Model 29 carry it with absolute confidence and know that not much will over power it. It will not rip your wrist off it is a hand full but certainly a tameable beast.

Long live the 10mm.

___________________________________

glock2740
02-11-2009, 22:55
More importantly why SHOULDN'T you
+1 on that.

passive101
02-11-2009, 23:02
Is it true that it is unsupported and it wrecks the brass?

I know nothing about reloading, have never done it, but may in the future if I chose to buy such a beast.

I'm also curious about having a round that would be good against black bears or other large creatures while hiking However I may want a full length barrel for that. Would the glock 29 be able to take the pressure of a full length barrel? Where would I buy one from?

dougader
02-11-2009, 23:03
I do. I just want something different, because I can :supergrin:

I hear you. I owned, carried and competed with a G19 for ages and then just got a bug and switched to a G30. Sometimes I miss that G19, but I love the G30 too.

Have you posted the Kahr for sale?

dougader
02-11-2009, 23:11
Is it true that it is unsupported and it wrecks the brass?

I know nothing about reloading, have never done it, but may in the future if I chose to buy such a beast.

I'm also curious about having a round that would be good against black bears or other large creatures while hiking However I may want a full length barrel for that. Would the glock 29 be able to take the pressure of a full length barrel? Where would I buy one from?

You really need to start reading in the 10 Ring. Guys have even hunted american bison with the 10mm. Not that I recommend it.

Mike McNett of Double Tap has loads of loading data posted in the 10 reloading room here, and lots of guys have carried the G29 and G20 for personal protection and as a woods gun.

The stock barrel is pretty good, but if you are going to really push loads looking for that nuclear load to carry then a Lone Wolf, KKM, Jarvis, etc. offers more chamber support than stock.

I had a G20 and shot DT ammo through the stock barrel with no bad bulging problems like some people see with their 40 S&W Glocks.

I would not feel undergunned with a 10mm as a woods gun unless the black bears ran exceptionally large. Grizzly or Alaskan browns are another story. The DT with the 200 grain XTP bullet is a formidable round.

If my G20 had been the SF frame, I'd still have it. I still have my DT ammo that's loaded with the 200 grain Beartooth hardcast slug because it was originally only offered as a limited, one-time offering. I always intended to get another 10mm. Now that the SF frame is here...

dougader
02-11-2009, 23:16
Desert Scout has posted his results with the 180 grain xtp bullet and successful deer hunting out to 80-100+ yards. Look for his posts. Glolt 20-91 has also posted good info.

paul1973
02-11-2009, 23:35
A 10 milimeter is only one milimeter bigger than a 9 milimeteer, that may not be enough for woodland creatures....

JoshuaC
02-12-2009, 00:08
A 10 milimeter is only one milimeter bigger than a 9 milimeteer, that may not be enough for woodland creatures....

And the .357 is just .1 mm bigger than the 9mm. The difference? The amount of powder behind the round and overall mass of the bullet.

paul1973
02-12-2009, 00:17
And the .357 is just .1 mm bigger than the 9mm. The difference? The amount of powder behind the round and overall mass of the bullet.
I see your point.. Very true. Like .38 and .357 mag.

LABMAN
02-12-2009, 00:25
A 10 milimeter is only one milimeter bigger than a 9 milimeteer, that may not be enough for woodland creatures....

Well, it worked pretty well on the Cape Buffalo that Nugent shot...He took one with a G20...

SlowIsSmoothIsFast
02-12-2009, 00:27
I like Paul. Paul makes me laugh. :)

bktj
02-12-2009, 00:38
Get the G29 and a conversion barrel, then you can shoot 10mm & 40. If you get the G27 you can't up convert. You already have a G26 so you don't need go down to another 9mm.

paul1973
02-12-2009, 01:07
I like Paul. Paul makes me laugh. :) haha.. Yeah I was wrong on that, the 10mm is a VERY powerful round.

mercury0_0
02-12-2009, 01:20
G29 rocks.

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_01.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_02.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_03.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_04.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/ccw_holster04.jpg/

skyugo
02-12-2009, 01:46
i shot a friend's 29 pretty extensively. EXCELLENT gun . easy to control and more power than any other compact auto. (unless you wanna start talking REALLY rare calibers and stuff)
my next gun WILL be a G29. :cool:

Esco
02-12-2009, 01:57
What barrel is that mercury?

mercury0_0
02-12-2009, 02:05
What barrel is that mercury?

It's a Stormlake 10mm (http://www.stormlakebarrel.com/). I've also got a .40cal conversion barrel for it. Both barrels are the same length, because I live in Canada and guns with a barrel shorter than 106mm are prohibited. I spend quite a bit of time shooting in the States. I use the G29 in IPSC, USPSA, and bowling pin matches etc. The .40 is a bit cheaper to reload.

austinguy23
02-12-2009, 02:09
The grip is still very bulky in my opinion. I held one earlier today.

Jdog
02-12-2009, 02:49
*yer gonna miss how comfy that kahr is to conceal
*the 26 might be a safe queen after you see how efficiently the 27 handles the .40
*the 29 is very fat with a beafier slide than the 30... by the time you get grip/mag extenders and longer bbs for the 29 you could already be there with a 20 for cheaper
*10mm isn't really that expensive. georgia arms is only $.28 per round for new fmj

varoadking
02-12-2009, 05:47
*yer gonna miss how comfy that kahr is to conceal
*the 26 might be a safe queen after you see how efficiently the 27 handles the .40
*the 29 is very fat with a beafier slide than the 30... by the time you get grip/mag extenders and longer bbs for the 29 you could already be there with a 20 for cheaper
*10mm isn't really that expensive. georgia arms is only $.28 per round for new fmj


Not quite:

"New Canned Heat" 10mm 180gr Full Metal Jacket 1000pk
Your Price: $390.00

"NEW" 10mm 180gr Full Metal Jacket 1000pk
Your Price: $400.00

Prices do not include shipping, which is why I have them bring my orders to area gun shows for me to pick up.

http://georgia-arms.com/search.aspx?find=10mm&log=false&high=400.00&low=200.00

cnutco
02-12-2009, 07:03
+1 for the 10mm. I will be getting a G20sf... soon I hope!

05wrxfl
02-12-2009, 07:05
more importantly why shouldn't you

+ 100000000

SFLglock
02-12-2009, 08:35
get the 29. Im not a fan of the 27 :whistling:

chuckd1277
02-12-2009, 14:36
Go for the 29! I just got one with the short frame and I love it. As for the ammo, just plan ahead. I can't remember a time when I was about to leave the house and realized that I shot my last 10mm round yesterday. When I think I am getting low, I jump on the Double Tap site and order up some more! I have never been without.

Jdog
02-14-2009, 14:11
Not quite:
"New Canned Heat" 10mm 180gr Full Metal Jacket 1000pk
Your Price: $390.00
http://georgia-arms.com/search.aspx?find=10mm&log=false&high=400.00&low=200.00


glad i ordered them last year..looks like they just went up .10 per round... ouch !

MTS532
02-14-2009, 19:12
*the 29 is very fat with a beafier slide than the 30.

Where do you get this information? The width of both the G29 and G30 is identical.

http://www.glock.com/english/glock29_tech.htm

GLOCK 29 10 AUTO

CALIBER
10mm AUTO
SYSTEM
Safe Action
WEIGHT
700 g / 24.69 oz.
LOADED (~)
935 g / 32.98 oz.

LENGTH
172 mm / 6.77 in.
HEIGHT
113 mm / 4.45 in. MAG. CAPACITY
Standard: 10
OPTIONAL
15

WIDTH
32.5 mm / 1.27 in.
BARREL HEIGHT
32 mm / 1.26 in. TRIGGER PULL
2.5 kg / 5.5 lbs.
TRIGGER TRAVEL
12.5 mm / 0.5 in.

LINE OF SIGHT
151 mm / 5.95 in.
BARREL LENGTH
96 mm / 3.78 in. BARREL RIFLING
right hand, hexagonal
LENGTH OF TWIST
250 mm / 9.84 in.

_____________________________________________

http://www.glock.com/english/glock30_tech.htm

glock 30 .45 auto

caliber
.45 auto
system
safe action
weight
680 g / 23.99 oz.
Loaded (~)
960 g / 33.86 oz.

Length
172 mm / 6.77 in.
Height
121 mm / 4.76 in. Mag. Capacity
standard: 10
optional
9 / 13

width
32.5 mm / 1.27 in.
Barrel height
32 mm / 1.26 in. Trigger pull
2.5 kg / 5.5 lbs.
Trigger travel
12.5 mm / 0.5 in.

Line of sight
151 mm / 5.95 in.
Barrel length
96 mm / 3.78 in. Barrel rifling
right hand, octagonal
length of twist
400 mm / 15.75 in.

Jason607
02-14-2009, 20:42
10mm might be harder and a little more expensive to get, but it's worth it. G29 is one hell of a real gun.

paul1973
02-14-2009, 21:08
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10mm_Auto

austinguy23
02-15-2009, 01:04
A little off topic here, but how does the recoil to the 10mm compare to the .357 SIG? I realize it's more, but how much more? I carry a model 33...

Jdog
02-15-2009, 07:16
Where do you get this information? The width of both the G29 and G30 is identical
didn't say they weren't the same width, i said the slide is beafier (shaped different on the inside of the slide) the 10mm slide has a little more metal/mass to it

Mr Wasabi
02-15-2009, 07:28
didn't say they weren't the same width, i said the slide is beafier (shaped different on the inside of the slide) the 10mm slide has a little more metal/mass to it

Hmmm. Does that matter if the external dimensions are still the same? The G29 is still lighter both loaded and unloaded and also holds an extra round.

Jdog
02-15-2009, 07:47
Hmmm. Does that matter if the external dimensions are still the same? The G29 is still lighter both loaded and unloaded and also holds an extra round.
actually heavier, but no, i was just stating that i knew the width of the guns were the same and didnt want a someone trying to flame me thinking I didn't know that. (On this forum people thrive on virtual body slams any way they can) Wasn't touting the 30, but rather portray how the 29 is not a teeny tiny gun to the OP.

hill billy
01-06-2010, 11:15
Just curious as I just made a deal for a 29 to match my 20. Can you use the 30 baseplates on the 29 mags to make them a little longer? I don't like those short mags on the 29.

Butch
01-06-2010, 11:30
Can you use the 30 baseplates on the 29 mags to make them a little longer? I don't like those short mags on the 29.
Nope, the G30 floorplate is not an extension, it only covers the sides of the mag tube to take up the space between the bottom of the G30 10 round mag tube and the bottom of the grip frame.

Pearce makes an extension for the G29 mag to give you a place for your pinky finger, but it doesn't increase mag capacity.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/G309rd-Pearce.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/G29-ODwithrails-KTD.jpg

They also make a +2 cap that would work on the G29 mag:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/G30withPearceplus2.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/DSC08796.jpg

tkdkracker007
01-06-2010, 11:34
I really, really really want a G29. Maybe my next Glock.

hill billy
01-06-2010, 11:40
Nope, the G30 floorplate is not an extension, it only covers the sides of the mag tube to take up the space between the bottom of the G30 10 round mag tube and the bottom of the grip frame.

Pearce makes an extension for the G29 mag to give you a place for your pinky finger, but it doesn't increase mag capacity.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/G309rd-Pearce.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/G29-ODwithrails-KTD.jpg

They also make a +2 cap that would work on the G29 mag:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/G30withPearceplus2.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/DSC08796.jpgThanks, Butch.

Why is the standard floorplate longer on the 30 than the 29? I guess that's what I'm getting at. I want that extra 1/8" or so that the 30 floorpplates seem to provide.

Butch
01-06-2010, 11:54
Why is the standard floorplate longer on the 30 than the 29?
To cover the longer magazine tube.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Glock%20magazines/G3010rdmags.jpg

I guess that's what I'm getting at. I want that extra 1/8" or so that the 30 floorpplates seem to provide.
The 10 round magazine tube provides that extra length, not the floorplate. Putting the Pearce extension on the G29 mag also does that.

http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1164566

kennjen
01-06-2010, 12:14
They also make a +2 cap that would work on the G29 mag:
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Pearce%20Grips/G30withPearceplus2.jpg


I like the look of this. I don't like the stock G29 look, which looks unbalanced to me with the short mag. I like the G30 look, which this sort of emulates on a G29....

IT's really a 10mm G19.

K

The Pusherman
01-06-2010, 12:25
Duh, its a 10mm??? Odd ball caliber = expensive ammo and tough resell.


+1. unless you role your own, don't bother with 10mm.

BhamGlock
01-06-2010, 13:32
I really, really really want a G29. Maybe my next Glock.

If you want it then get it! Love the 10mm and the Glock 20/29 are excellent platforms for the round. And with Georgia Arms, Double Tap and others, finding ammo at a decent price is not an issue.

hill billy
01-06-2010, 13:46
To cover the longer magazine tube.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Glock%20magazines/G3010rdmags.jpg


The 10 round magazine tube provides that extra length, not the floorplate. Putting the Pearce extension on the G29 mag also does that.

http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1164566

Ok. I went and looked at my 10 round G30 Mags and I think I get it. So ultimately, are a 10 round G29 mag with a pierce plate and G30 10 rounder with a pierce plate the same overall length? The grip the same length?

hill billy
01-06-2010, 13:47
Thanks for your help and patience, Butch.

Butch
01-06-2010, 15:08
Ok. I went and looked at my 10 round G30 Mags and I think I get it. So ultimately, are a 10 round G29 mag with a pierce plate and G30 10 rounder with a pierce plate the same overall length? The grip the same length?
Yup! Pretty much the same.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/ButchG17/Glock%20Comparisons/G29-G30.jpg

Glock21sf-miami
01-06-2010, 15:15
Depends on the application:

Woods, SD in rural areas = G29 (more penetration)
SD in urban areas = G30 or G36 (overpenetration might be a problem)

hill billy
01-06-2010, 15:23
Thanks again Butch. :wavey:

G33
01-06-2010, 15:30
I'm selling a Kahr MK9 which will give me enough money to possibly buy a glock 27 or a glock 29 SF.

I have a glock 26.

Can you use a full size barrel in a glock 29 SF? Any negative side effects to this?


why should I not buy one? Give me a good reason :wavey:



mmmmmm power :whistling:

Do it to tick off the Haters!
:tongueout::tongueout:

RonaldG29
01-08-2010, 18:54
Get it my friend, and you will NOT regret it!

rbrtweber85
01-10-2010, 23:03
do it. I carry a G29SF everyday as a back up gun, in an uncle mikes size 16 ankle holster with no problems.... It's actually quite comforting and nobody knows it's there (Except my fellow officers). Do it, Do it now!

cwo4uscgret
01-10-2010, 23:26
http://iwantthatknife.com/Gallery/albums/EBR/DSC_0002.sized.jpg

My Glock 29 has 4 barrels: .357 Sig, .40 S&W, 10mm, and 9x25 Dillon. Since the other three calibers are based on the 10mm casing you don't even need a different magazine.

I like my Glock 29; I have a Glock 30 SF but I can't tell the difference in size between the SF and regular frame gun.

Buy the gun; buy the barrels, buy the ammo. Shoot the gun and enjoy it.

cowboy1964
01-10-2010, 23:40
And the .357 is just .1 mm bigger than the 9mm. The difference? The amount of powder behind the round and overall mass of the bullet.

Aren't .357 and 9mm bullets generally the same, mass-wise? e.g. 125-ish grain.

Old Toryu
01-11-2010, 07:50
mercury0_0, if you don't mind my asking, what sights are on your G29? The yellow rear sight really stands out to me, more so than the front.

Torontogunguy
05-26-2010, 10:17
It's a Stormlake 10mm (http://www.stormlakebarrel.com/). I've also got a .40cal conversion barrel for it. Both barrels are the same length, because I live in Canada and guns with a barrel shorter than 106mm are prohibited. I spend quite a bit of time shooting in the States. I use the G29 in IPSC, USPSA, and bowling pin matches etc. The .40 is a bit cheaper to reload.

Having taken sufficient time to contemplate this situation I would like to state:

(a) 10mm does NOT rock. .45ACP rocks. G30SF... love it.
(b) Storm Lake barrels DO ROCK. I have SL barrels on a few of my handguns in order to make them "Canada legal" (sometimes only a fraction of an inch makes you a criminal up here); but have to say that they seem more accurate and the ported barrels seem to launch lead with less flippiness for faster second and third shots. The first round launched is not a problem, needless to say, even in .45 ACP +P.

We travel a lot through the states and Canada and I have to say that sometimes the availability of 10mm ammo can be an issue. Our most interesting discovery was when we had to dump our ammo prior to NJ and buy some after passing through (with prerequisite stops at relative's). What we did with the handgun we leave to your imaginations. (God bless the USPS and NY/PA relatives). Many stores simply do not carry 10mm engineered rounds in stock so you take what you can get.

No such problem with .45 ACP +P Gold Dots; little bit of an issue with .357 but generally well available in top notch self defense rounds.

And God Bless the customer service at Storm Lake - they are so far outstanding as to be memorable. Their motto must be "Just do it" is all I can say. We are about to try out a Lone Wolf Barrel to see if they compare favorably.

Deep Nylon
05-26-2010, 13:26
The only reason to NOT get a 29SF that I can think of is...if you anticipate putting a Crimson Trace laser on it, you'll need to buy the G29, and not the SF version.

Two Guns
09-03-2010, 21:26
The only reason not to get a Glock 29 would be if you are not man enough.

Cineski
09-04-2010, 10:44
I sold all my 45 to get into 10 and I'm VERY happy I did. Ammo is not that much more, although you're stuck w/ boutique makers more than places like Federal. 10mm is a rocking strong round in it's full power mode and is an absolute hoot to shoot. In fact, this may be the only downside. My G20 is the single most fun gun I've ever shot. Ammo price prevents it from getting more than 50 rounds during a range session. And if you're worried about over penetration there's lighter HP's that don't penetrate as deeply.

Wooderson76
09-05-2010, 23:49
better off with a .40

Maine1
09-06-2010, 00:04
..because you really want the G-20 for its better sight radius, BBL length, full size grip and greater capacity?

..because you are listenning to naysayers who Poo-Poo the round, and who have likely never given it the effort required to reap its benefits?

...because someone else buys your ammo?

seriously, get either the 29 or the 20, acsesorize it properly and learn to reload and you will shoot cheaper than a 45, will never worry about ammo supply, and have rounds that run the gamut from 9mm like recoil to rounds good for street carry or woods use.

Sonnytoo
09-06-2010, 00:33
Well, it worked pretty well on the Cape Buffalo that Nugent shot...He took one with a G20...

I know, but he hit it in the foot and it hopped on three legs for a while and fell backward off the cliff.

Gokyo
09-06-2010, 00:54
Oh darnn. You all got me jonesing for a 29 now.

I thought my 20 was enough.

JPP
09-06-2010, 07:02
G29!

You won't regret it. As for ammo....reload.


Yes, reload and there is no problem at all.

KING-PIN
09-06-2010, 07:11
G29 rocks.

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_01.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_02.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_03.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/g29_04.jpg/

http://wrightjs.shawwebspace.ca/asset/view/9652/ccw_holster04.jpg/

I see what you did there...

Last Rites
11-15-2010, 01:17
G29 ownz

No need to masterdebate it further. If there's one thing a hater likes to hate on... it's a winner.

Just buy one and never look back.



Nuff said...:usmc:

swinokur
01-29-2011, 17:39
The G29 Pearce +0 floor plates also fit the 9 round G30 mags. Just slapped one on. Now there's a place for my pinky even with the 9 round G30 mag.

TSAX
01-29-2011, 17:43
The G29 another round Glock did right. Get it......wait have you shot it yet wait......Glocks are great but wait.........try to shot it first if you are unsure wait.........just kidding, definitely try to shot it first every range I've been to has had it for rent. Then decide and the G20 is another good option. 10mm :yourock:

EAA10
03-08-2011, 21:29
Hi all new to the forum......

I personally love the 10mm round. I love the versatility that you have, especially if you reload your own. If you want to buy ammo, one of the places that usually has pretty good deals if you check back often and they are in stock is Georgia Arms.(you can google them)

As for my 29sf, I absoultely love it, it is my EDC and has been for a while now. I have the Glock night sights which I personally like better then some of the others on the market.

I also have 2 EAA's one regular and one match 10mm.
The 29 is my favorite, but the match 10mm is hard to beat for accuracy.

Peace!

kellogg10mm
02-04-2012, 12:46
More importantly why SHOULDN'T you
I second that. And for the people that always talk about the cost of 10mm ammo' the 10 can do anything they can do just alot better you have to pay for better' its also like say why buy a 9mm when you can buy a .22

Dan62
10-19-2012, 21:47
I have a glock 29 and love it....not happy with the pearce finger extension..not enough grip..Can you use a glock 30 finger extension on the glock 29 mags?.....


Any other options beside pearce?

thanks for the help.

Dan62
10-19-2012, 21:51
I have a glock 29 and love it....not happy with the pearce finger extension..not enough grip..Can you use a glock 30 finger extension on the glock 29 mags?.....


Any other options beside pearce?

thanks for the help.

Trapped_in_Kali
10-19-2012, 22:39
Every time a 10mm is fired it affects the rotation of the earth & global warming!

Butch
10-19-2012, 22:50
I have a glock 29 and love it....not happy with the pearce finger extension..not enough grip..Can you use a glock 30 finger extension on the glock 29 mags?.....
Nope......it's not an extension.


Any other options beside pearce?
Other than getting a G20, none that I'm aware of...

....or, you could try the Pearce PG-G45P2
-> http://www.pearcegrip.com/Products/GLOCK/PG-G45P2

Big1
06-14-2014, 00:48
I see what you did there...



Nice holster so do anybody know what kind of holster is this I will be getting a 29?

Buckeye63
06-14-2014, 06:18
I regret selling mine all the time...a have PAD and reloading is out of the question .(.even though I my at time load up a few 30-30 's) ...but I purchased a Lone Wolf 10mm/40 S&W ...so I had unlimited 40 S&W for practice ..and I bought up as I could 10mm practice and SD loads....it is a great pistol and caliber...