If you have experience shooting both .40 S&W AND .44 Special I would appreciate some feedback regarding the comparitive noise levels of both. I am considering purchasing only one of these two guns, both shooting heavier 180-240 grain SUBSONIC ammo under 1050 feet per second from NON-compensated barrels: Glock 22 .40 S&W Auto: Pressure: 35,000 Smith & Wesson 329 Night Guard .44 Magnum Revolver (.44 Specials only) Pressure: 15,500 I am trying to get real life experiences regarding how loud these 2 guns are and also if these 2 might differ in the potential to cause hearing loss/damage/tinnitus. If I were to shoot 4 shots in a hallway or from inside my vehicle without hearing protection, would the reduced pressure of the .44 Special create less potential hearing damage to myself or other innocent people nearby? How does the noise level compare at an indoor or outdoor range between these 2 guns? Does the barrel/cylinder gap of the revolver add significant noise levels vs the autoloader? Thank you for keeping this on topic regarding sound levels and/or hearing loss/damage/tinnitus.