Love my glock 21c but have been in the market for a second glock. I have been told the Gen 4 21 is what I should go with but I am looking for any other ideas. Any good recommends and why do you recommend it?
Don't let a salesman tell you what you want, get the info on different guns from them and then decide . Or you'll just be trading that gun in soon for something else.VegasGunGirl said:My glock 21c .45acp
I have thought about a .40 cal. So you like the G35. Hmm. I don't really want another 21 but so many of the sales guys are always pushing it on me.
Yeah I'm bout to start Researching but this is my Ammunitionyogiboobooranger said:My G30 and all my 1911's are loaded with and carried with Federal 230 grain Hydrashok JHP (P45HS1): a great load, and my #1 choice. It gives the most stopping power in this potent caliber. This after much testing and research. Uptown_General_Roc, check out the ballistics on this load, and you will agree with me I am sure. I do reload many calibers and do much testing as well, and if I could, I would load my own personal defense ammo to carry, but due to law suits, and legalities, I carry factory ammo and the Federal is a great one for short barrel handguns such as a G30 or officers model 1911!
+1..... If you are doing research, you will run across Gold Dot 230g, very good ballistics, and bonded ammo, to prevent jacket separation..... Used by my department and NYPD (but they use 124+p) for 9mm......Wiebelhaus said:Hornady is fantastic but I think a bit overrated, next time your at you local gun smith ask for "Gold Dot Hollow points"
Yea, I understand your point, regular target shooting no, if I'm packing to stop a 200 pound charging hog or pit bull or Mike Tyson yes, absolutely. But in normal shooting, na.. probably not.Does it really matter if you have defensive rounds or not? Getting shot no matter what will freaking hurt and usually you will have more than one round.
Yes, because all handgun rounds are marginal stoppers at best. It's better to have an expanding bullet to cause more tissue damage and blood loss.Does it really matter if you have defensive rounds or not? Getting shot no matter what will freaking hurt and usually you will have more than one round.