I want to order a new G 30, but just learned today of a problem where my Brother in Law's brother had a reload blow up and the bottom of the gun including trigger was destroyed. The trigger cut the shooter's hand and the plastic frame was destroyed. It used to be his favorite gun, but he is now going to fix and sell it. By the way this is a retired Army Colonel with a lot of 1911 experience. It may be possible that he put double the powder in during reloading. Has anyone else had a similar experience? Shouldn't the gun be engineered to withstand with a normal safety factor? Would this have happened with a steel frame gun like a Kimber?