Thanks for all the insight TGS and Veto 11, I always liked the Geco stuff it worked great and was always reliable. I had some in 9mm and 32acp. wish I could find it again. I will make sure I don't use that stuff in my pistols anymore. I am wondering if the H&K P30 can handle it. I only have one box left of the stuff. I was amazed at the accuracy of it too bad its hot. Veto have any of the pistols using this Hirtenberger ammo at that time have had any other damage except for the pins breaking or have there been barrels blown up or pistols severally damaged?
Not a P30, but...
When the US Navy issued Beretta 92's in the early 80's to NSW before it was modified into the 92FS pattern and adopted as the M9 JSP, they were using 9mm ammo with a chamber pressure of around 50,000psi. They had slides fly off the frames into the face of a few shooters. Subsequently, Beretta made changes to the design, but the military also corrected their ammunition choices.
Also, if you like high velocity stuff check out these offerings. They will all be safe and not cause excessive wear in your P30:
Buffalo Bore, 124gr JHP at 1300fps or 115gr JHP at 1400fps
DoubleTap with an 80gr SCHP at 1500fps(?)
Winchester's Ranger-T 127gr +p+, this is the only one proven to meet the FBI/IWBA standards
Federal's 9BPLE, 115gr +p+ JHP
If you want GECO again, keep your eyes out at Ammotogo.com. I've ordered a few thousand rounds of GECO from them. They haven't had it in stock for the last month or so, but they usually seem to restock it in time.