Not having a shot shell is not a deal breaker for me.
I've not shot the Glock 20. I've just held a couple and they felt good to me. (Even though I have small hands, and I'm told the Glocks don't like small hands.) Anyway, as I've tried holding more pistols, very few come to a natural sight picture - most 1911s, the 22/45, and the Glock 20. With Luger angled grips, the front sight is almost always 1/4" to the left of the rear when I raise the gun and then open my eyes. Others are all over the place. But there are still tons I haven't tried.
I never asked the salesmen, are there different sized grips for the Glock, so I need to be careful if I order?
I'll certainly rent one to shoot before I buy, but I thought it'd start soliciting some guidance early.
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