I am the proud owner of a underused Glock 30 .45 ACP.
I am toying with the idea of getting a CCW.
I am also wavering whether to get another Glock 30 or get a Glock 29 or 20 10MM.
I would like to have the 29 or 20 as a back gun for Hog hunting as well as Concealed carry if I go there.
I understand the Full Power 10MM loads like the 175 grain Winchester Silvertip, 155 grain Double Tap HP, & 200 grain HP loads are supposed to be the match or better of the 180-200 grain HPs for .45ACP.
If I purchase a Glock 29 10MM am I sacrificing the extra 5 bullets by not buying the 20 or other advantages of the larger Glock 21 .45 ACP?
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