Just bought a G20, 4 boxes of 200 grain Doubletap wide flat hardcast, and a Desanti shoulder rig. I am reading (too much perhaps) online. Various gun experts (self proclaimed) and Glocktalk and this and that. What I am reading is you shouldn't shoot lead bullets in Glocks. More specifically, read that the hardcast 200 grain Doubletaps jam easily in the stock G20. Folks are talking about upgrading magazine springs to Wolf +10, upgrading recoil springs to 20-22, some folks are upgrading barrels. Then I read on the next forum post, some folks suggest the stock barrel is more reliable with hardcast ammo than the tight spec aftermarket barrels and if you have a gun for protection, use the stock barrel. I am at my wits end trying to make sense of it. I don't know of anyone to ask that doesn't make a living selling these barrels or the ammo itself. Seems like a good time to lean on my cyber friends here a bit. I promise not to start/reply/think about another 10mm thread for a long time. Ha ha ha... The long and short of it, I work out of state, gun will be waiting on me April 29th when I get home, I fly to SE Alaska for a remote trip with the wife 5 days later. If I "need" an aftermarket barrel and/or springs, I need to order it and have it at home waiting on me at that time. Otherwise, the entire rationale in buying this gun is out the window. While it wouldn't be the biggest mistake I have made, it would be a quite costly one. So what say you? Stock G20 good to go with Doubletap 200 gr hardcast? Or is me dum as reading on da Glock forems make me fill like?
This is the thread that got me wondering...