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Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by TxStetson, Sep 20, 2019.
I'm glad..I dont want that 10mm Sonny Crockett shit getting stuck in one of my 45 ACP cases
Most of those hits near the center were from my new Kimber ....lol
..TxSteston got a nice gun..flared magwell. ambi safety...front FO sight..sweet
Heh ok that's a good point.
Moonpie's Kimber seemed to like Sig FMJ and it's running a little over 1200 fps.
SIG Elite Performance is the answer you seek padawhan.
Buffalo Bore Heavy 10 or Underwood for serious work.
My phone is broke.
So am I.
10mm, in the form of a Colt Delta Elite was the reason I got into reloading.
In 2005 I was working near Carlsbad, Nm, and had just gotten the Delta. Bought 3 boxes of (don't remember which brand) of shells here in Angelo before leaving for the job. First night on the job we were on standby, so we went rabbit hunting and went through all 150 rounds.
Carlsbad's Walmart didn't have any 10mm, but the pawn shop in town had 10mm ammo, for $48.99 a box, and a used Dillon 550 set up for 40/10mm... for the price of 6 boxes of ammo.
I bought the 550 and 2lbs of Blue Dot and about 400 200gr pills and 1000 primers for another $100.
I don't think there is another pistol round that is as versatile as the 10mm when it comes to load development. You can load it all the way up to to CRAZY, more power than a .357, or all the way down to powder puff, soft as a lightly loaded 9mm. The length of the case makes them one of the easiest rounds to reliably feed in all manner of 1911s/2011s, and the availability of .40 pills makes it easy to tailor to one's preferred application.
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