I'm very interested into picking up a Glock 20/29. I was recently at the range and the range officer heard me talking about it and let me shoot his G20. It felt amazing! It was compensated and started looking into it. I found barrels on the glock store that were ported and other ones that were compensated. What's the difference between the two? What are the pros and cons of both? Thanks guys for the info
The 10mm is not a hard kicking cartridge in a well balanced pistol. I like the Glock 20 with just a plain Jane, Glock barrel. I would shoot a Glock 20 before I considered anything to reduce recoil. The Glock 20 weighs 39 oz when loaded. That is just my two cents.
Something else to consider with ported or compensated guns. They are not worth a crap at night. In addition to the noise you will get excessive muzzle flash making a fast follow up shot difficult if not impossible. I say this from experience.
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