Thanks Jordan, I'll check them both out. I was going to pick up the "21" until I started thinking about more power, and maybe more concealable. The "21" may not be much different than my 1911 A1 (the same more or less?). Now just need to check with local shop/s to find out what "flies" in the state I live in, and see if any restrictions.jordan89 said:I'd say the 10mm far exceeds the .45 ACP. If you look into a Glock 29 it would be pretty concealable...
jordan89 said:Not sure on the restrictions in Cali.
But, it isn't really altering the gun. All the conversion barrels are just drop-ins. You just take off the slide, pull out the factory barrel and place conversion barrel in.
To put the glock 21 slide on a glock 20 frame you just remove slide and place new one on. Super easy, you can't mess it up.
If you have any other questions or anything feel free to ask. I have a G20 and would be happy to help.
California, yep that sounds about right. Its a wonder that they dont require the barrels to be filled with leadjglock22 said:20 min would be nice. But here in Cali. And there gun laws.