Hi, Glocktalk peeps, im new here, so take it easy on me lol "no ear protection". So i went and purchased 50 9mm rounds for 15$ so i could fire with my friends Glock handgun. I fired it off the bridge into a water hole at some fish for fun. After firing 50 rounds and capping a few fishies "our private property", i left with ringing in my ears, my 3 other friends didn't get it too bad and said they are used to it and it will go away. Fired from my right hand emptying clips pretty quickly, which is funny because its been roughly 30 something hours since i shot and its been only ringing in my left ear. Its made a little progress in getting better, but, its still ringing. So my questions are, 1. Will this go away, any gun noise survivors on here? 2. Is it safe to fire 9mm in water? i heard it wasn't with .22 rifles and could bounce around. It was fun, but a very dumb thing to do, and hope to see recovery. P.S. i did this about a year ago with 8 rounds fired from a .38 special revolver, it rung for a while, i think my ears are sensitive, but i just wanted to check in with people here that know about this stuff.