Hadn't looked over the gun rags for a while, excepting the quick thumb-through I gave an issue of Rifle magazine a while back. Today I was in an area Meijer store and I came across the Sept. 2013 issue of Guns & Ammo and just randomly picked it up to have a look. This issue contains two, literally, back-to-back articles touching on the 10mm AUTO. The first is a smarmy, uninformed piece by the resident G&A 10-hater talking-up the .40 at the expense of the 10mm. It's all smack on our round, apparently dead (again), while the .40 gets pumped like it's god's gift to the U.S. shooting community, L.E., etc. Okay, whatever. The second is a "We Shoot" G&A staff article on the 10mm Gen 4 G20. It's actually a credible write-up and is excellent on the gun itself, although the writer apparently never heard of Underwood, DT or Corbon ammo. He did hear about BB 220gn HC loads and Hornady's 165gn 10mm ammo (@ somewhere around 1200fps), both of which he put through the Gen 4 G20. No malfs whatsoever and he got great accuracy, as 10Ringers would expect. Plus his overall comments on handling, etc., were positive. Notwithstanding the limited ammo selection used in his review, the only "downside" I noticed in his closing comments - and it's more of a quibble really - is the writer's extremely narrow view of the role of a 15+1 10mm G20. He sees it as limited to either (1) a "back-up" sidearm for hunting or (2) as an "outdoor" gun when camping, hiking, or working on horseback on the back-40 of a farm out west, etc. Neither the gun nor its cartridge, from his comments, would be his first choice for CCW, duty use, or home defense. That, of course, misses the point of the 10mm's versatility of use. It handles ALL of these roles as well or better than other so-called "service" cartridges that are available in a hi-cap autoloading platform of reasonable size and weight. Maybe a "nit" being picked there, but overall it was a positive write-up. Just FYI for the group.