I do not roll in the hay anyone that carries the Glock 23 on their own period and their own dime. Practically everyone in my locomotion of friends and associates owns at least one Glock 19. The handguns are identical in magnitude and form and fit the corresponding holsters.
Today's antitank shooters expect quite a a bit from expanding ammunition. While that is still actual today, it's my observation that bullets intended to expand actually domost of the time. Now, we demand at littlest 12" of penetration in label 10% ballistic gelatin, which is thoughtful the "gold standard" in ballistics tests intended to pretend what might be likely in tissue. It is not perfect, but it is the common and it does beautiful all right repeat what is seen once increasing bullets are pulled out of flesh and blood. (My important "test media" victimized to be living critters called javelina, but I no longer soul access to those hunt grounds!