I just ordered a new Glock 23 (my first Glock), and wanted to also buy a Taurus Tracker 357 mag for hunting whitetails, among other uses. But now I'm rethinking that, and am considering a 10 mm Glock instead of the Taurus. Would the 10 mm be a good alternative to the 357 mag----accurate enough at ranges to 50 yards? Is the recoil excessive? I have owned a Colt Python 357, and a Thompson Contender in 44 mag. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!