Originally Posted by JTLIII
I own a Glock 21 and have since I turned 21 ( i'm 24 now). I recently saw a deal for a 10mm conversion barrel for it so I went ahead and picked it up. it is a very nice stainless steal Lone WOlf barrel. I also bought a glock 20 mag and a box of 10mm. AFter paying the $30 for the box of 50 and bringing it out to the range, I was not impressed. What differences should I notice from the standard 45 round I normally shoot?
A properly loaded 10mm. (see other reply's) is a hard hitting, flat shooting round that is still deadly at 100 yards. Show me another common auto loader that can make that claim. OK, OK, there is the Desert Eagle in .44 Mag. and the Coonan in .357 Mag. , but neither is exactly common. Once again, proper 10mm. ammo has about half again the muzzle energy of a .45ACP and about half again the velocity. Get some Double Tap 135gr. Nosler and get back to me.