Codger - One of the toughest, and most common, questions we get in the shop is "what is the right ammo for my gun?"
The best way to know is to shoot several different brands and see what the gun likes. I know that sounds odd, but most folks will tell you they have a gun that shoots Brand X really well, but it doesn't like Brand Y.
For a carry gun, the most important thing is that it runs with 100% efficiency. I would try two or three different types of hollowpoint loads and see if there are any problems. When you find one that is reliable and you can group well with it, buy a couple of boxes from the same lot number and put them in the safe so you can rotate through your carry ammo over the upcoming months.
For range plinking, I generally buy what is common and affordable. I tear the end off with the information and if the ammo doesn't run well, or doesn't group well, I keep it in my range bag so I know not to buy it again.
That is a nice pistol you have there and I bet most brands will run just fine through it, but in the event you need it, you want to make sure that what you have fed it, while be able to get the job done.