- Mediocre trigger
- Blockier ergonomics
The Glock 20 brings the heavy-hitting 10mm cartridge into an easy-to-control and affordable handgun. The 4.61-inch barrel, combined with the low bore axis, helps provide a comfortable shooting experience, even when using high-powered loads. Whether it is for hiking, hunting, or target shooting, the Glock 20 will deliver great accuracy while maintaining the legendary reliability that Glock is known for.
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Smith and Wesson finally decided to revisit the 10mm cartridge and adapted their M&P 2.0 platform for it. Our test gun was reliable, shot well, and had the quality ergonomics the M&P line is known for. However, there have been some reported issues with the 4-inch models, and it should be noted that this is still a relatively new gun in Smith and Wesson’s lineup.
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“I can’t help myself, it’s a great gun. 5/5 would recommend. I’d be less likely to recommend it if you’re just looking for a plinking handgun but if you want something for hunting or are just large-caliber curious the G20 is A Good Thing.” – Kat Ainsworth Stevens
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