I know it’s a higher pressure and shouldn’t be used every time you shoot. Is there a pistol that can take the constant high pressure and survive for a lifetime of about 40,000 rounds? I reload and have loaded up some hot rounds just like everyone, but I haven’t really studied what it does long term. I just inherited a model 60, 38 Special from the 70s that has only been fired maybe 10 times so it’s pretty new. I don’t think I will shoot +P ammo in it ever. I have been thinking about getting the Walther Q5 Steel Frame in 9mm and would expect it to take the abuse but maybe I’m wrong. So do any of you have experience in shooting too much hot stuff in an automatic or revolver? I’m not one of those that thinks I need the hot loads every time. I’m cool with the 900 FPS stuff, I just have been looking into this issue for a while and I’m curious to hear more.