A few Q's on my Glock 20 10mm Auto
Guys, still kinda new to the forum and loving my new Glock 20 10mm auto. Purchased the gun in December with factory night sights - what a blast to shoot.
A few Glock newbie questions:
1. When I field strip the gun, I notice the spring seems fixed to the guide rod. I left it in place for now while cleaning. Does anyone here recommend removing it for a better cleaning?
2. It is necessary to remove the ejector and firing pin when cleaning? If so, how to do so on the 20?
3. I have been shooting Federal 180gr factory 10mm loads and the gun handles no worse than my 9mm's. Some folks suggest that the factory loads are watered down and that I need to step-up to Double Tap full load ammo. Are they correct and can the 20 handle the Double Tap rounds?
Sounds to me like you have some watered down ammo or your nerve system is defective.
Don't know about Double Tap but a little Buffalo Bore ammo might wake you up. A true 10MM does not feel like a 9MM.
3. what TOF said "A true 10MM does not feel like a 9MM."
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Man I've never seen a 10mm that handled like a 9mm. Especially a poly framed one.
Anbd it loks to me like you other questions have been answered.
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