I'm considering a few different choices in deciding of a handgun to carry while fishing or hiking. I'm thinking about getting either a Ruger Redhawk .44 w/ 5 1/2" barrel.
Or a Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan in either .44 or possibly .454/.45Colt.
Comparing apples to oranges, I realize...but I want to give some consideration to a Glock model 20 in 10mm. I know that a 10mm rates lower than the three calibers mentioned above (from reading here).
But what about the Glock 20 with this round:
is 1,300 fps with a 200 Grain bullet adequate? If not this round, are there any that could be recommended in 10mm.
Or should I just go with a Ruger chambered in one of the other calibers I mentioned before.
Thanks for any opinions. I'm giving consideration to the Glock, since I already own a Glock .40.