I finally got my Glock 20 set up for hunting deer this year with a saddle mount and a 44mm red dote 1X scope. I went out yesterday afternoon and around 4:00 a rather large buck came within about twenty yards of me. I placed the dot on the vitals and let the 200 grain bear tooth Double Tap round go. He really looked like he got hit hard and ran off, turned and looked at me about forty yards away. I raised the Glock up again to shoot only to watch a crazy laser show as the adrenaline pored through my veins, impossible to hold steady. Anyway I started to track him right away because it was getting dark fast. There was no blood within the first sixty yards or so I went by fresh tracks, then he started bleeding pretty steady. Dark by now the blood really showed up well with the flashlight. I followed the trail for about a hundred yards or so. When I came to where the woods joined to the field the blood trail stopped. We searched for three hours and never did pick the trail up again. I decided to come back the next morning and found him another hundred yards from where the blood trail stopped. The bullet went right behind the front leg and came out the other side with the same size hole. I wonder if a hollow point would have done a better job. I know I could have had better-shot placement, because the heart was intact. This is only my second deer and I know that I pushed him by getting out of the stand to soon, but he traveled about 250 yards before he finally went down. I plan on going out with the Glock 20 again; do you guys think I should go with the 200-grain Double Tap hollow points or stick with the Bear tooth and hit him in the shoulder or neck?