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horsemen61
April 7, 2012, 11:04 PM
hello all Im looking for a ten mm load anyone with one please feel free to tell me about it heavy loads light loads as much info as you can give me thank you

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noylj
April 8, 2012, 12:16 AM
http://www.handloads.com/loaddata/default.asp?Caliber=10%20mm&Weight=All&type=Handgun

http://www.hodgdon.com/basic-manual-inquiry.html

Also, see Ramshot and Alliant sites for their data

Accurate Arms manual ( 2010 data ) using no 9 powder---------
155gr AA#9 15.9gr 1414 fps
165gr AA#9 15.0gr 1341 fps
180gr AA#9 13.5gr 1242 fps
180 Speer JHP: AA#9 14.5gr 1290fps 32,600psi ( AA Manual #2)
180 XTP: AA#9 13.5gr 1242fps 34,100 psi ( AA Manual #2 )
200gr AA#9 12.5gr 1170 fps

Hodgdon manual (2010 data) -------------------------
135gr Autocomp 9.5gr 1476fps 34,500 psi
155gr Autocomp 8.9gr 1362fps 35,700 psi
155gr IMR 800-X 9.8gr 1350fps 30,000 psi *NOTE PRESSURE
180gr IMR 800-X 9.7gr 1320fps 34,200psi ( 2004 IMR manual )
180gr Longshot 9.5gr 1287fps 34,800 psi
200gr Longshot 8.2gr 1172fps 35,000 psi
***note Autocomp is a Winchester powder

Accurate Manual (edition 3.2.2) re AA#7
180gr Hornady XTP (JHP) with a max of 10.7 grains AA#7
180gr Ranier plated HP, with a max of 11.0 grains AA#7
190gr Sierra FPJ with a max of 11.2 grains AA#7

Alliant Manual (2010 data)-------------------------
180gr Speer GDHP bullet
180gr Blue Dot 11gr 1295fps
165gr Speer GoldDot Power Pistol 10gr 1314fps

Hornady 7th edition Manual------------------------
Hornady’s 180gr bullets MAX: AA #7 12.0 gr @ 1200 fps
155gr HP XTP MAX: AA#7 14.6gr.

Speer #14 Manual-------- 5” barrel
180gr GDHP or TMJ-FN MAX BlueDot 11.0gr @ 1295 fps.

Peter M. Eick
April 8, 2012, 07:15 AM
Go over to glocktalk and look up the 10mm loading page. At the top there is a bunch of data and search there.

Just keep in mind that most of us over there are loading hot rounds and we call them Nuclear loads. They are quite warm and need to be approached with caution. They are well documented though.

GJgo
April 8, 2012, 11:00 AM
http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=38

One of the things you'll hear first is that if you're handloading, and want proper (hot) 10mm loads, you want to start out with an aftermarket supported barrel. I like Glocks, but IMO handloading for their stock barrel isn't a great idea unless you're using book loads & only new brass.

psyshack
April 8, 2012, 02:25 PM
Please get some books. Lyman and Hornady's offering come to mind. Start working up loads.

It is true many of us 10mm shooters do end up with very hot loads and accurate loads. We work them up taking into account our brass, chambers, shooting and reloading skills.

loadedround
April 9, 2012, 09:55 AM
Hey Guys:
You can shoot 10MM ammo in plastic pistols? Come on!

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