PPCRUSA: It looks like you have your "ducks in a row, " it was my understanding that the copper lube is a break in lube anyway... I wouldn't sweat it. I lube my Glocks very sparingly, and use a lot of dry lube. No use picking up pocket fuzz and sand. For a carry gun, no wet lube behind the primer of the loaded round...as the gun is holstered, it migrates to the firing pin hole, increasing the chance of a misfire. Taking rounds, and doing malfunction drills is complicated. Hydra Shoks are the best bullet shape that I have seen for relability in a HP/SP. Good shooting!