|08-21-2003, 09:27 AM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2003
Velocity Loss G29?
After a short stint with a 228 and a SA TRP I have decided to go back with a glock. While I belive both the 228 and the 1911 are great tools, I think in a truely dynamic situation the glock just is quicker to put into action. The only other pistol I have considered is the P7M8. Here are my choices;
1. g19 w/AO big dot sights ( the plus here is the g19 fits my hand great and I have never fired a handgun as quickly)
2. g20 with the grips worked over by Dane again with AO sights
OR and here is the big question
3. g29 with AO sights
BUT what kind of velocity loss can I expect from the g29? I plan on using both the COR-BON 135gr and the Win 175gr depending on season
OR should I just go with the g32 and get the grip of the g19 and power that comes close to the g20.
|08-25-2003, 06:43 AM||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2001
I have not done any chrony tests in regards to this matter. From articles and posts it looks like a G23 would be a better option if you have faith in the forty and the forty in a Glock.
Reason being is yes the 10mm appears from what I have read to lose it's 10mm-ness. For many loads. Plus you stated the compact, small frame pistol fits your hand well.
There is nothing wrong with the nine if you chose good ammo.
|08-26-2003, 08:16 AM||#3|
Join Date: Jul 2001
135 CB ammo
G29 1335 fps
150 CB ammo
180 CB ammo
150/40S&W CB ammo
As usual, your guns, lots of ammo may vary.
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