First off, let me say I'm not trying to stir up any more debates on reloads and Glocks. If that happens, I apologize. Here's my dilemma and my reasons for asking: I'm currently giving serious thought to switching to a G19 as my primary CCW pistol. The one major concern I have is all the kB stories and mixed opinions on shooting reloads out of the unsupported chamber that the Glock utilizes. I reload because I shoot a fair amount and most of my shooting is primarily with my carry weapon; probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 100 rounds a week, every week minimum. I'm a conscientious reloader. I don't push max charges or take undue risks, so I'm not concerned about blowing up a firearm because I did something dumb. I load everything on a single stage press; no hands off automation. I always give each piece of brass a once over and toss it if it shows any signs of being overstressed or a loose pocket, etc... I don't, however, have the desire to have to buy new brass every other week because anything that's been used a few times might be too weak to fire out of an unsupported chamber. And with 3 other 9mm firearms to load for, doing something to keep Glock brass separated would be more effort than I care to go through. I'd like to hear from you guys that do a fair amount of reloading for any of the 9mm Glocks. Should I have any concern or not? Do you treat your Glock reloads with any more care than you do your other firearms? Any information like that is going to help me figure out if I need to go bark up another tree or stay at this one.