A few years ago i purchased a G20 as a trail/back-up gun. I am a bowhunter and had an Alaskan trip in works and flet that the 20 would be a good choice to carry while hunting, saving the BPS hi-cap for meat hauling duties. I have a fairly small hand for being a large man....6'1" and 235#. Using a two hand hold, I had know problem at all with the 20. I found it easy to control and accuracy was acceptable for just starting out with the gun. When I practiced a "quick draw" and shot with one hand, simulating as best I could a panic or emergency situation, I could only get off one shot and I would eject the magazine. I am LEFT handed and the recoil caused my trigger finger to make contact with the mag. release. Would the SF help to eliminate this issue? I've carried a G19 for years with no issues at all and I would prefer to use the 10MM for a trail gun. I have not been able to locate a G20 SF anywhere locally to even be able to handle one, let alone fire one. My other alternative would most likely be a 4" .44 Redhawk, but I am much more comfortable with the autoloader. Any input will be appreciated and thank you in advance! Mike Wanna kill these ads? We can help!