Until recently Glock pistols were viewed as guns for military, law enforcement, personal defense and competitive shooting. While many of these semi-automatic handguns were capable of being used in the field for hunting, most Glock owners never seriously considered them for that purpose. That has now changed with the introduction of the Gen4 MOS (Modular Optic System) pistols. The standout for hunting among the four Glock MOS models is the G40 Gen4 MOS chambered in 10mm Auto.
There’s no question that Glock handguns are among the most popular choices for defensive, law enforcement, and military use throughout the world, and for good reason: they’re extremely reliable, lightweight, relatively inexpensive and generally quite accurate. But why haven’t Glocks been widely embraced by outdoorsmen?