thinking of switching to hornady critical defense ammo for my glock 23 40s&w. the reason i'm considering this is because hornady claims to avoid bullet setback on them, and i chamber and unchamber a round everyday after work and i do get paranoid if i'm chambering the same round too much. i carry speer gold dots 180gr. right now, do you believe their claim about bullet setback on their 40s&w rounds? here's a brief paragraph from their site.......... Unaffected by thick and heavy clothing, including denim and leather. FTX bullet delivers superior controlled expansion and large, deep wound cavities over a wide range of velocities. Clean burning and stable propellants reduce recoil in lightweight handguns, and perform consistently in all temperatures. Minimal muzzle flash protects night vision. Feeds reliably in pistols. Shiny silver nickel plating prevents corrosion, and is easily visible in low light situations. Bullets are cannelured and crimped to avoid bullet setback. Bullets are custom designed for individual loads. The most effective, consistent, and reliable self-defense ammunition available today!