Some simple facts. No semi auto with a tilt barrel system that I'm aware of has full case support. It's just the nature of the beast. A KB isn't when the bottom of the case blows out and forces the magazine out of the gun. A true KB blows up the gun. I've never seen a Glock KB that wasn't ammo related. I've never seen a Glock KB that lead me to believe the gun fired OOB. You can fire reloads all day in your Glock, I've put thousands through mine, including the .40, and including lead bullets. It's when you screw up you're in trouble. Bad ammo can and will blow up any gun. Firing a full power round after a squib load can and will blow up any gun. You can shoot lead bullets in your Glock, even with the stock barrel, as long as you make sure to keep the lead from building up. That said, if you're going to shoot lead you're better off with an aftermarket barrel with land and groove rifling. Most true KB's in Glocks have occured with the .40 S&W guns. It might be worth your time (assuming you're interested in factual information and not just Glock bashing) to research the history of the .40 S&W cartridge and the guns it's chambered in. It might lead you to understand the situation better. I'd go on, but some of you don't care about the truth, some of you are just interested in bashing Glocks, and to be honest I don't give a rat's backside whether you do that or not, I'm just interested in people understanding that the truth is out there but sometimes you've got to separate it out from all the noise around it.