I have been an avid handgun enthusiast ever since my father bought me my first Ruger .22 many years ago. Since that time, I have bought, sold, and shot many different types of handguns in many different calibers. My favorite, a S&W Model 57 .41 Magnum which is now in my fathers hands. I went through the HK P7 series phase, the 1911 phase (both production and custom) and everything in between. I never got caught up in the Glock bandwagon, although I have owned the 17, 19, 30 and 33 in the past. It wasn't until I shot a friends 29 that I really became interested in Glock and the 10mm. Unlike most of you here, I don't reload and don't plan on it anytime in the foreseeable future, although I have heard that the 10mm is a reloader's dream. Which brings me to my point, Why isn't it okay for my wife and I to shoot the watered-down loads out of the 29?