I would very much appreciate your opinions concerning the so-called "Glaser Safety Slugs" produced by Corbon. More specifically, I would like to see your input with regard to the use of this specialized ammo in very small caliber auto pistols chambered for very marginal cartridges like the .25 ACP and .32 Auto. As we would all agree, I think, these calibers are somewhat questionable for self-defense in the first place, though at times weapons chambered for them may well be all a person can carry because of various physical limitations. I'm just curious if you think using the Glasers would add any significant capability to the weapons if used for self-defense. Now, before we get started, let me also add that I am not advocating Glasers, per se. In fact, I carry either Gold Dots or HydraShoks in my normal carry guns because I firmly believe they are much more effective. I am, however, sometimes limited, because of circumstances, to carrying a small auto (usually a .32) as a pocket pistol. Would adding the rather expensive Glasers be of any benefit? Obviously, before using them, one would need to test enough of them through the weapon to make certain they will cycle properly and reliably, which in itself is a rather expensive proposition.