Yeah, the Glock 29 is around. But it has an even bigger "brick" slide compared to it's 9mm siblings. Once again, Glock could only use weight to tame the 10mm's recoil in Browning's recoil operated system. And Glock didn't really tame it. I'm glad HansGruber's wrists could take the beating. An operating system that doesn't rely upon additional weight to manage recoil is where the industry must go. It opens the doors to even lighter handguns and higher pressure chamberings.Well, there ya go. I'm not a Glock fan so am not familiar with all their hundreds of soulless, lookalike variations.
So it sounds like an EDC-sized 10mm already exists, for those who want one.
Me, I'm quite happy with .45ACP ballistics. I'm also good with .38+P, and the better 9mm loads, of which there are many these days.