Just got a Glock 29 (first gun ever owned, first handgun ever fired). I bought the gun for both home defense, and as defense against critters when I hike (I often hike alone). I've read everything I could find on 10 mm ammo (my head hurts), and I wanted to run what I think are good loads for me to use/carry. For home defense, I would keep the '29 loaded with 10mm 135gr JHP Doubletaps, for hiking I would use 200gr WFN Beartooth rounds, and for practice I was looking at either 155gr Hollow Point +P Gold Dot "Shear Power Plus" from Georgia Arms or the 180gr Full Metal Jacket "Pistol Ammunition". I wanted the cheapest practice ammo I could find, but I I'm wondering if the practice ammo would "feel" considerably different than the defense rounds I'm thinking about... advice please? Thanks!