I have a couple of GSSF certificates, one of which I have to use by the end of this year, and another by next April. Currently I own one Glock, a Gen4 G21. It is one of my favorite guns, period. I’ve even carried it IWB on occasion, particularly during cooler months, and find it quite comforting. Also owned (and gave to a friend) a G22. It was my first Glock, and liked it very much. I found the recoil a bit snappier than the G21, but plenty nice to shoot. One of the GSSF certificates will almost certainly go for a G42, which will likely be frequently loaned to my gf. The second purchase is what I’m trying to decide. I don’t hunt, but around my gf’s farm there is a very real potential of having to deal with stray dogs in packs as well as coyotes, who have on at least one occasion attacked her goat herd. I have L - XL hands, and tend to shoot full-size models better. Pretty well covered in the compact division, with my Kahr P9 (and the upcoming G42). Also own a Walther P22, a Walther PPQ M2 5” 9mm, a Kimber 1911, a S&W 686 6”, and a Sig P220. And some long guns. So when looking over the Glock website and this forum, for some reason my eye wanders to the G20SF. The 40 looks pretty nice too, and is 80 bucks more than the 20. Either one would be carried in a chest holster around the farm. Not crazy about the idea of stocking another type of ammo, but with improved prices and availability of 10mm ammo, it seems to make more sense. At least to me. I’m interested in hearing the thoughts of those who’ve at least tried and maybe own the G20 or G40. Thanks in advance, and sorry for the long-winded post.