Canebrake, this is a great question for you. My reasons for all of my gun purchases thus far have been SD, not hunting. My Glock has 15+1 rounds. I've been doing a lot of reading and watching videos on the 1911 .45 and was surprised to find that they generally have 8+1. The Glock full-size .45 has 13+1. The double-stack of the Glock apparently gives it a grip that is too fat or brick-like for some, and videos showing "proper" grip often teach a grip only possible on the single stack 1911. I kinda like that brick in my hand. Now from a "mo' is betta" frame of mind, I'm wondering why I should buy a 1911 .45 instead of that Glock 21 I'm looking at. Seriously, I have no malice in my question. I'm not trying to stir the pot. I just want to make the best decision for my money. I want a full-size .45 in my collection.