I'm not a reloader. However my dad has been doing it since before I was born. So I'm pretty sure he's experienced enough to handle it and is salivating to get me to let him reload my ammo. I told him I wanted the "full house loads" as I have read on here which was the purpose of me choosing the 10mm over the .45. I was planning on copying the data on here to give him (even though he said all he needs is one round of whatever I get to duplicate) so he can load the good stuff. He's got gobs of books and all the equipment and even one book that tells him what rifle brass can be cut down to use for pistol ammo. But he's not internet savvy and don't know if he'd be able to navigate this forum. What threw up red flags was the disclaimer. I have a G29 on order. So it will be box stock. I planned on buying some DT until I read the post under McNett's. Will a stock G29 fire DT (155gr Barnes is what I was looking at) with no problems or am I going to have to have my dad to check brass and headspaces and all that greek stuff to me, and buy springs and barrel upgrades? If it will be fine then I'll have him reload nothing but the "full house" and just use whatever supply of off the shelf stuff to replenish brass and the like. I just don't want it to go boom in a way it's not supposed to.