So, the shelves are getting cleaned out quickly these days at sporting good stores and gun shops. I have practice ammo. 9mm, .40 cal, .38 special. I found a box of 150 Winchester 115 grain, brass jacketed/lead core. Steel shell casing, it says. In other words, practice ammo, right? Yes, I do have some hollow point rounds. Not many. But I'm trying to figure out if I need to make a mad dash to the ammo section tomorrow, at Cabelas or wherever. If 9mm is all sold out, as well as .40 cal, then I can pop the 357 Sig barrel in my G22 or G23, and will likely be able to find 357 Sig defense ammo, since it's not as popular, I'm hoping anyway. I know that practice ammo is likely to pass all the way through. It can possibly hit an unintended target or person. It will leave a small wound channel - nothing like a hollow point or other good defense round. But still, it will do some damage. If push comes to shove, and practice ammo is all someone has, then that's all they have, right? What are some possible consequences, other than pass through to an unintended target?