I currently have a Glock 26 and a Ruger LCR .38 for primary and backup carry guns, but in the near future want to pick up something to use as a main home defense pistol that has greater power/capacity/sight radius. I figure since concealability isn't a requirement on a dedicated house gun, that doesn't need to be a compromise made. Huge size is okay. Here's my list of wants, for anyone that would like to offer an opinion on what a good choice would be (PS, I like the Glock platform but am not married to it) : Autoloader. .40 S&W or .45 ACP (another reason for picking these calibers is because they are easier to find than 9mm or .38 right now). 4 inch minimum barrel length, more is better. 10 rd. minimum standard capacity in .45, if it's a .40 I'd like more. Rail for light. Factory night sights or least has night sights easily available. Reliable! I'd like to not go over $650 if at all possible. Thanks in advance for your opinions, fellas.