Hi Mas! I'm using 10mm g29 for hd and sd. However, this round, as I'm sure you know, is rarely used by LEOs or military or pretty much by most anyone else. The perception (and the argument overzealous prosecutor can make) is that 10mm is a super-charged round that sometimes is used for hunting and is so powerful that even FBI refused to use is due to strong recoil. Given all of that, will it make a difference in court if I used 10mm in self defense, missed and god-forbid injured someone by accident? Would I be in a better legal situation if I used 45 ACP in self defense, missed and injured someone by accident? I'm particularly interested in 45 as a comparison point. Please let me know what you think. Thank you, as always! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!