Mas, First, thanks so much for taking time out of your undoubtedly busy schedule to help all of us with our questions. I just found this GATE section and was amazed that you were here answering questions. While browsing through others' questions, and your answers, I saw the following (which is part of your response to another GT member): "But, hell, 40 years ago, I wouldn't have foreseen problems with using handloads in self-defense, or a deliberate justifiable self-defense shooting with a gun that might have a lighter than factory spec trigger, and the years proved that such problems did come up." Are you saying there are possible problems with carrying hand loads? I have a Glock 29 that goes everywhere with me. Being a 10mm, of course I reload. After seeing some dismal chronograph results for the Cor-Bon Pow'rBall rounds that I had been carrying, I decided to start carrying some hand loaded 155gr Hornady XTPs (quite hot). Am I possibly setting myself up for a legal nightmare by carrying these? I plan on ordering some Double Tap or Swamp Fox ammo in the near future. Would extremely powerful, specialty ammo like this also give me courtroom fits? Of course I never WANT to use the gun, but I'd like to do all in my power to minimize my chances of legal trouble if such a situation would ever arise. Also, has a lighter trigger caused such courtroom woes? My friend was thinking about lightening the pull on his Glock 32. Should I tell him to think twice? Thanks in advance!!!