Discussion in 'On Topic' started by TL1000RSquid, Jul 19, 2007.
Lol. I haven't ever shot a 10mm, but I hear it is quite an experience, and a damn good caliber.
That explains all the two headed lizards behind the target stands.
Despite all the wives tales of it being like a stick of tnt going off in your hand, its quite unremarkable. You'll feel an airweight .38spl with +p rounds far more.
I've shot a scandium J-frame .357 before, I believe there are few handguns that will jolt you like that.
I have some .40 Corbons that kick far harder than any 10mm loads I've found. A Glock 10mm is quite pleasant to shoot.
I concur even my 29 isn't to bad.
i shot a 1911 in 10mm with handloads and it wasn't bad at all
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That include Buffalo Bore and Double Tap? I've heard those are about the hottest.
i'd get that on a tee shirt, but people would take to look to figure out what it meant
I have a Glock 29. Sub-compact 10mm. I call her the pitbull.