Awhile back I was having issues with my Underwood 10mm 200 gr. XTP (Item 246) and my LWD aftermarket barrel. I had the edges polished off the LWD and the throat polished. I am using a G20SF with a grip reduction, and a tungsten guide rod with a 22lb spring. I used standard Glock 20 magazines with #2 followers. After six rounds, I was having a consistant double feed on each magazine used. This has been a consistant problem even with Swamp Fox XTP's. I am wondering if it is the XTP shape of the hollow point that is messing things up with the LWD barrel not feeding them properly, or it is another issue. I fed through Blazer flatnosed FMJ's not a a problem. I have fired Federal Hydrashocks, not a problem. I was tempted to try them out with the standard glock barrel, but I was concerned about a kaboom. I hear everyone else raving about the Underwood stuff, and I honestly want to like it too. You can't beat the price point. That being said, here is where I am at: I am looking for a woods carry hunting pistol in my 10mm when I am not carrying it CCL. (That is when it is loaded with federal hydroshocks). I am thinking the potential solution to my problem is just going with flat nosed gasers for mule deer and busting a black bear who wants to make me have a very bad day. So, at this point, I am looking for advise from the 10mm gurus. What I want from this pistol is a compact, light pistol I can woods carry and take a mule deer if need be on a hunt, or bust up a black bear before it can bust me up. Any practical advise is welcome.