I love my Colt 1991 in .400 Corbon. I've done a number of tests, and it puts more energy on target at 50 feet than any (factory) .357 load I've tested, including the BVA Bear Rounds. My RIA M1992 (still in .45acp, though I have the conversion) is my favorite 'woods sidearm' ever, and at 30 feet, I can keep all twelve rounds in a two-inch circle in under ten seconds. I've never, however, been happy carrying in condition one. When I shot a lot, it was automatic for me to thumb the hammer on my Colts while drawing, but these days, with all my carry guns being double action for the first round (or DAO), I've lost some of the speed. If the problem is an unhappy black bear, or a moose I've interrupted mid-coitus; I want a reliable, accurate, open-carry gun that will give me the power of my 1991, the capacity of the RIA, and the speed of a Sig P220. Why does it seem that the mfgs think I'm a market of one? Am I? I was soooo close to buying Dr. Krinkov's offering, but kept trying to find the perhaps only legendary P221 until he sold it to someone else. Is there something out there that I should be looking at? Is there a way to get the P221 in .400 without having it smuggled into the states and then spending another $1500 to have it converted? Do you think I'm as paranoid as Ginny Burdick only differently? I look forward to your comments.