I was wondering if anyone has input on using home defense rounds in your concealed carry gun. Is it a good idea to have 1 or 2 home defense rounds at the top of the magazine? If there are no bystanders, it would only make sense to have hollow points. But for example, if you are in a restaurant and someone opens fire, would it be best to return fire with a home defense round so you have better chances of a bullet not over penetrating? I carry a Glock 26 (9mm). I have speer gold dot hollow points. I currently have Federal Guard Dog rounds in my home defense gun which is a .40. I was considering buying home defense rounds in 9mm for my CCW. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!