Glock has garnered plenty of accolades over the years for its polymer-framed, striker-fired pistols. Glock pistols have been called reliable, durable, accurate and easy to use. What about original, unique or one-of-a-kind? Well, not so much. When the various models are compared to each other, their features become as monochromatic as their matte-black color scheme. But one model in particular, when evaluated against pistols from other manufacturers, provides gun owners with an unusual self-defense option that’s hard to find anywhere else. It's the G29 10 mm subcompact, and for 2013, Glock has released the Gen4 variant of this platform.
Well Glock certainly got it right when they released the Glock 29 Gen4, a sub-compact semi-auto pistol chambered in 10mm Auto. Packing a punch that rivals even a decent .357 Magnum round, the Glock 29 Gen 4 is the smallest sub-compact pistol Glock currently produces.
So I got to the range this morning(Teds out here in the east valley) and cranked off 250 CCI 200g blazers.. How did she do? Flawless and a better shot than me...
I wanted to give a quick report because I really believe the 29(gen 4) to be every bit of her older sisters if not a little better..(I like the new grips) No shells to the face and perfect function every time.. Glock may have had a bump in the road but they have earned my respect back and I trust this little .10 with my life.. I will buy gen 4's from here on out....