I am going out to exterminate some hogs soon. I have a Glock 20 SF with a LWD 6" threaded 10mm barrel with a 22lb tungsten guide rod. I ordered 100 rounds of 10mm 200gr Hornady XTP SwampFox ammuntion. It is supposed to be the hottest best stuff out there. I loaded up all 5 magazines, dumping out SD ammo and preserving it for later. I noticed that the ammunition loaded into the magazines just like any other 10mm ammunition I've used before: blazer, hydroshock, etc. I chambered a round, it pushed nose up at a 45 degree angle. That was not encouraging. I racked the slide back, got the round out and reloaded it. Eventually, the round chambered. This made me wonder exactly how the range test would turn out. I took a fully loaded magazine with the one loaded in the chamber. Out of the entire magazine I probably hade 2-3 "nose ups" where I had to stop what I was doing and clear the jams. When the rounds chambered and fired they did so accurately wand with plenty of punch. I would say the recoil was close to a .44 magnum. I am just not certain what is causing the 45 degree "nose up" issues.