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9mm vs. .45 Sarah Palin 13/10/05(Sat)05:22 No. 14799
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Hello /v/, first time poster here, my 21st D-day is coming up and I want my license to carry and conceal. I have my eyes on a snazzy Glock 21 chambered in the .45 but I only have experience in the lighter 9 mm round, so, I need to know, is the extra recoil very noticeable? I am a pretty big guy and can usually handle myself but is there a hugely noticeable difference in kick?


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emcha 13/10/12(Sat)01:45 No. 14805

Yes, the difference in recoil is noticable.

All you gotta do is shoot it til its comfortable.


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Sarah Palin 13/10/12(Sat)07:30 No. 14810

All that extra recoil is wasted. The round has about as much energy as 9mm. Get a glock 22. Less felt recoil and a more effective round. You can shoot through light cover and at longer range than 45. If you really want a large pistol round you can always get a glock 20, but good luck finding 10mm ammo. I've never seen it and it may not exist. I think its a myth.


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Sarah Palin 17/10/14(Sat)05:11 No. 15395

if you want a .45 caliber pistol, don't get a glock out of all things. fucks sake



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