I've been carrying a G30S as my "woods gun" for many years. Going fishing in bear country for a couple of weeks, so on a whim I decided to pick up a G20 instead. I'm mostly a revolver guy and shoot .44mag a lot, so I figured I won't have any issues with the 10mm recoil. I didn't want to take a .44mag, because it's gonna get wet and dirty, and I like having 15 rounds instead of 6. So now that I picked up the G20 I start reading about it, and I see quite a few reports about kabooms, especially with hotter ammo. I was planning on buying some of that stuff. Now I'm kinda wondering if the whole thing was such a good idea. In short, I don't fully trust the G20 now. Should I go ahead and buy a KKM barrel before I take the gun out? Am I overthinking this? How often do these things blow up? I did blow up a full steel 1911 as a rookie reloader many years ago, and it was no fun at all. Took a year of practice to get over the flinch.