I'm looking at getting a handgun for woods carry, one that will stop most anything. I do spend time in Montana, since my girlfriend is from there. My choices are, Glock 20 10mm, Ruger Alaskan .44mag, or a .357mag revolver in the $5-600 range. I like the idea of the Glock since it has 16rds and a magazine, I can also attach a light for around the campsite at night, I had a G20 once before though, and it broke the extractor, so I sold it. It made newer not trust it 100%. The .44 sounds good, but it only has 6rds (bad for large packs of Grizzly bears or sasquatches), and it is big and heavy, I can buy my cousin's with a Galco holster for $500. I threw the.357 in the mix for sh!ts and gigs.. Lets hear the opinions of all you experts!