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Old 09-01-2012, 07:00 PM   #11
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Hmm. It seems so clear now. SHORTer length to the trigger. I guess it would make more sense for SLIM frame to be a skinnier width (1.28"). Apparently they didn't cover Geometry with my bachelor's degree...

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Old 09-02-2012, 04:00 AM   #12
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Hmm. It seems so clear now. SHORTer length to the trigger. I guess it would make more sense for SLIM frame to be a skinnier width (1.28"). Apparently they didn't cover Geometry with my bachelor's degree...
Thats right, the 1.28" width is the same for the 20, 20sf, 29 and 29sf models.
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My glock dealer told me it is exactly 2mm difference from the upper backside to frontside < in the trigger guard> of the grip and that is all.

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If you like Bowhunting...you'll LOVE 10mm!!!
You can be a stalky bastich without worrying about whacking your bow on a limb!!!

It'll take whitetail deer & hog out to 100 yards...if you can shoot that good.
Fairly flat shooting, so with a little practice at the range you know your holdover at given ranges!

Perfect for Eglin AFB or the Blackwater river in NW-FL...brushy areas that make even a .30-30 carbine seem long...

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My glock dealer told me it is exactly 2mm difference from the upper backside to frontside < in the trigger guard> of the grip and that is all.
i read that the difference is 2.5mm which don't seem like it would make much difference at all. but when i buy my new Glock 20 i will stil get the SF version.
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The only way to decide is to hold both and see which feels better in YOUR hand.

Of course I've got a G21 and I find the grip on that comfortable, so what do I know?

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20sf hands down

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My vote is for the G20SF as well..and there is no diff in the recoil between the G20 and the G20sf. Same gun, just easier to reach the trigger. When ever there is an SF model, that is what I get and I have regular sized hands. The SF is easier for the wife to shoot as well.

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