Thanks guys. I think SFury makes a point above that was my concern. I have many years of journalism experience and some of that was on the police beat or working with other Law Enforcement agencies and I know it is always best in any investigation to keep things simple, honest, and above-board. I also know that within local communities and even within a precinct there can be a county attorney, police chief, mayor, or other official who has an attitude about concealed carry and/or handguns. That doesn't invalidate the use of hand loads by any means, but it seems wiser to go with manufactured ammunition. For example, if there was over-penetration and a person in the adjoining apartment was killed. A simple web search might find an earlier Internet post or Facebook comment by the shooter bragging about his hot, new load. A LEO friend of mine just told me today that the Internet is now one of his main tools in catching bad guys because the characters go on-line bragging about their crime. One of the things I've liked about this site the little I've been on it is the presence of professionals. Men who were/are LEOS, military, CCW instructors, etc... and in their posts you always seen that subtle sense of caution and common sense.