Ten thousand rounds shouldn't be a challenge for any duty pistol from a reputable manufacturer. Today, it wouldn't even be considered a competitive service life limit. Most companies test to 20,000 rounds or more. About the only thing I'm doing "wrong" is the lack of cleaning and lubrication. The industry standard is to cool the weapon & lubricate every 250 rounds, do a field strip cleaning every 500 rounds, and a detail strip and clean every 5,000 rounds. (these aren't recommended practices for end users, just a methodology used during endurance testing)
Barring unforeseen circumstances I should definitely hit 20,000 before the year is out. That, too, should be no challenge for the gun.