use the super ammo in the gun for self defense. if you are involved in a self defense shooting the gun is going to be taken away anyways for most likely several years where it will sit in a box in an evidence room until the case goes to trial or is settled. then in some states you have to submit paperwork in order to get your gun back which takes time. some departments actually engrave the case number into the slide of the weapon. so by the time you get your gun back, if you do get it back, and are not sitting in jail, its all dusty and dirty. you're probably gonna want a new gun anyways so if it does break thats just another excuse to get a new one.