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Paying off G20 opinions and info wanted.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by mrnic3guy1989, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. Seven For Sure

    Seven For Sure Member

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    I've bought *** firearms in the last 20 years. Rifles, handguns - they all had NICS forms. Used to be in Florida NICS was'nt required for CWP holders but it is now for all.
     
  2. meanmrmustard

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    The Lone Wolf is a better choice. The chamber support allows for protection from bulging.
     
  3. gearhead

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    I've never paid a NICS check fee, every handgun I've ever purchased was from an FFL.
     
  4. Dakotared

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    Why should one have to buy a aftermarket barrel just to shoot the round that the gun was made for? Too many glock guys find this acceptable.
     
  5. mrnic3guy1989

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    Thanks again all for your input. Does anyone recomme kkm barrels or any other drop ins over Lone wolf?
     
  6. mrnic3guy1989

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    Well Dakota I just am a fan of Glocks less moving parts more rounds and are like the Ak47 of handguns. For just under 600 for the gun 175 for the barrel that's compare to sly cheap to a customized 1911 or colt delta idk prices on those or the EAA but I wild guess the block with a new barrel is cheaper. I think glock just made the gun with less support because most 10mm loads are not utilized to full potential however I have heard otherwise that it may be just fine. My theory is that the chamber has more tolerance to increase realiability like the ak47 is loose they say looser is better idk just a thought.
     
  7. mrnic3guy1989

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    I live in SW Pennsylvania we have to pay a fee and have a background check to buy and I even needed references for my carry permit.
     
  8. meanmrmustard

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    It wasn't designed around full power loads. 10mm "lite" isn't exactly the threshold of power for the Glock, its the chamber that's the hindrance.

    It's a reloaders cartridge; I find a barrel swap acceptable if necessary to tap into a weapons true potential.
     
  9. K1500

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    Shoot it stock first. I believe newer G20's have a tighter chamber than the older ones. My G20sf handles the limited amount of Underwoods and Winchester STHP just fine, with no pronounced smilies.
     
  10. Hamburger

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    Double Taps should be just fine.

    We've seen enough of them chrono'ed on YouTube
     
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    Good points.

    Other issues with the DT 230gr WFNs is they have a tendency to tumble in trajectory after about 20'-30' when fired through a Glock barrel. Aftermarket barrels, such as Lonewolf, correct this problem.

    The box of DT 230gr WFNs I have were very poorly lubricated, the 200grs were properly lubed and weighed w/i tenths of a grain, +/- 200grs.
     
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