Glock 20 pistols in 10mm from Omaha Outdoors provide the end user with a fearsome semi-auto pistol and a significant magazine capacity which is perfect for handgun hunting or self defense against wolves, bears, or NFL linebackers. Fifteen rounds of 10mm is a lot of bang in one magazine, but we also carry restricted state models with 10 round mags for those who have to live behind enemy lines. The 10mm cartridge is well known for its ability to put a 180 grain or 200 grain jacketed soft point downrange at over 1300fps, far beyond the capabilities of other common semi-auto cartridges like 9mm, .40 S&W, or .45 ACP. For hunters, this almost comes close to what 44 Magnum can do, but with almost three times the magazine capacity.
Glock 20: Potential Anti-Satellite Use Explored
Glock produced the G20 in response to a call for more power than that which could be offered by mid-1980s 9mm loads. As a production handgun cartridge, 10mm came on the scene in 1983 and Glock picked it up and put it in an enlarged version of their wildly popular Glock 17 handgun several years later. While the G20 has proved to be a little too big and powerful for most police use, hunters and those who might someday need to take out enemy communications satellites from the ground have adopted the flat-shooting Glock 20 wholeheartedly. If you like the look of the Glock 20 but want it in a color other than black, we can cerakote your new G20 in a variety of colors, including two-tone finishes. Gen 3 and Gen 4 Glock 20s are available here as well as the G20SF, a shorter frame version for people with smaller or average sized hands.