I get that some people don't care to use +p, but in this case it depends on why. Do you not want the possible wear and tear of higher pressures, or is the recoil of a full power load objectionable? If pressure is the issue I'd use the Buffalo Bore LSWCHP non +p. It has all the performance at standard pressures. If recoil is a problem I'd go with one of the lighter loads. The Federal Nyclad 125gr and the Hydra Shok 110gr are readily available around my area and have a long track record. I've used both for years. Less available is the 110gr FTX from Hornady. I like it on paper but haven't used it myself. Winchester loads a 110gr Silvertip and Remington a 110gr SJHP but both are rarely in stock. I carried the Silvertip before and tested it in wet newspaper a bunch and found it to deform and tumble a lot, I'd use it again if I couldn't get Nyclads. I have never been a fan of the XTP bullet, I found it rarely expands at full speed when loaded warm. I wouldn't care to use it in a mild Fiocchi load (not a fan of their QC either). Wadcutters and LSWC would be my last choice, there are good HP defensive loads available that I'd rather use.