I went to the range with a friend tonight and he was shooting his daughters Taurus Pro 24/7. He had found some of his late father's ammunition from the 70's and was planning to shoot it up along with some factory new ammunition he had bought. Well, the old stuff was called "Norma" I think. Some brand I had never heard of so I am guessing it was way old. Anyhow, the box had obviously seen heavy moisture and they were all covered covered with a layer of gunk, heck a row of them were flat out green. He tried shooting ten or so rounds of the stuff though it and it stove piped every round. So he asked me if the range (it was his first time there, and he knew I had been before) would dispose of old ammo. Now I looked at it and it seemed a tad risky, but I took my G26 off my hip, unloaded my carry rounds and said "watch this, I will show you why I carry a Glock every day". Now honestly, (I should have taken a picture these rounds were corroded in a bad way) me saying this was being ultra cocky about the functional reliability of my Glock, but there it is, I was being a smart azz and I had to put up or shut up at that point. So I load them up and proceed to "dispose" of them for him by double tapping and firing magazines rapid fire. He watched as I rolled though 40 rounds without a single failure and his jaw hit the floor and I just started laughing. So if ya wanna know why I love my Glocks so much and trust my life and my family's life to them, this is a perfect example. P.S. The Taurus did at least fit my hand nicely, even though he had 2 lightstrikes out of 200 rounds of brand new factory ammunition. Hahaha!