Glocks will explode if any ammunition is within 5ft of them (approx 3ft if your ceiling fan is on or the windows are open on a breezy day). Do NOT keep live ammunition anywhere in the same room as your Glock, the fragmented polymer causes painful blisters when it penetrates the skin and I've heard, personally, of at least two cases where people have died of septic shock caused by infected splinters that were not removed quickly. Springfield XD's are prone to rusting, so much so that the other day, I attempted to buy one but the dealer wouldn't allow me to take it home that day because it was raining out and he knew it would rust on the way to the car. Several gun owners have actually replaced their gun safe desiccant packs with a XD or two, figuring as long as they clean it once a week, it'll last longer than the silica packs. There, you've all been warned. Do NOT buy Glocks or Springfield XD's and if you have any now, sell it, bury it, or give it away and go buy a decent gun. Like a Smith 4506 or a Lorcin. Enough about it in every other thread.