Glock 20 10MM v.s. Hogs?

Discussion in 'Hunting Forum' started by WannaGator, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. WannaGator

    WannaGator New Member

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    Hey Y'all.

    I am thinking about teaming a Glock 20 & 29 10MM together for Hog Bustin'/ close encounters.

    I am thinking flat nosed hard cast lead bullets.

    Any thoughts or experiences?
     
  2. freefall

    freefall New Member

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    I thought Glocks had a polygonal rifling system that didn't shoot cast bullets well. How about CorBon or Buffalo Bore with 200 gr JSPs?
     

  3. canebrake

    canebrake New Member

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    Call glock and ask them, it will tell you a lot about the company.
     
  4. Chortdraw

    Chortdraw New Member

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    I second freefall. We use 1911 45 hp here in AZ just for Javalina. For a real pig I think I would use that 10 with as much beef as possible!!
     
  5. powg

    powg New Member

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    glock 10mm

    i personally dont own a glock or a 10mm for that matter but from what ive seen and heard the 10 is great on hogs ...use cor -bons .the hot rod 10 is one bad mutha as uncle ted would say ...excellant on whitetails too
     
  6. willfully armed

    willfully armed New Member

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    10mm will be fine. NOLEAD IN GLOCK BARRELS!

    Use CorBon DPX or Speer Gold Dots.
     
  7. glock2740

    glock2740 New Member

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    I carry a G20 about 75% of the time, or a G29 about 25% of the time when I'm hunting, loaded with DT 180gr Gold Dots. I haven't shot a hog with one...yet ;). But I have shot hogs with a .44 Mag revolver, .243, .270WSM and a 7mm Ram Mag. I have no doubt about the 10mm working just fine. We have a ton of hogs on our lease, so I'm sure I'll have a chance to take one with my 10mm someday.