Hey all, I have been thinking of getting a revolver for a sidearm when I go bowhunting for hogs down here in Texas. I usually carry my S&W m65 with a 3 inch barrel when I go, but then I thought about getting a handgun that I could actually HUNT with if I wanted to put down the bow. Instead of a typical revolver from S&W, Ruger or Taurus, which I love, I thought it might be fun to get a Glock or convert a 1911 to shoot 460 Rowland or some other higher performing round than the 45ACP. With Glock you have the choice of 45ACP or the 10mm. I don't know much at all about the 10mm, but I have read a bit about it and it seems that given the choice in a hunting situation, the 10mm wins out most of the time in that match up with the 45ACP. Would you all agree with that? With all the choices available at Lone Wolfe, it is almost endless as to how you could set up your Glock hunting pistol. You could start with a stock m21 in 45acp and buy a conversion barrel for 10mm and have the best of both worlds, couldn't you? You could take it a step beyond and get an extended slide and conversion barrel and set that up with one of the red dot sights and when you wanted to go hunting or woods bumming you could simply swap out your stock 21 in 45ACP with the tricked out upper in 10mm with a red dot sight and be ready to go and take on anything that would cross your path. What do you think? I'd like to hear....any possibly SEE some pics, of what you have set up as your hunting Glock. If you haven't done it, how WOULD you set one up if you were going to do so? Would you rather have a 10mm or 45acp to start with? How about sharing your thoughts and ideas on a "hunting" type Glock and what you would feel totally comfortable with hanging off your side. Thanks for your time. Nalajr Wanna kill these ads? We can help!