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10mm wildcats, what's out there?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Caliper_Mi, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. Caliper_Mi

    Caliper_Mi Participating Member

    Mar 1, 2009
    I've recently developed an interest in bottle necked pistol cartridges. Since I also have a fascination with the 10mm pistol, I've been finding a number of cartridges based off 10mm. From 9x25, 357 SIG (grandchild cartridge?), .244 BOZ and 17-357 RG. I've been wondering if there are any other wildcats out there in the middle? Has anyone done a 10mm necked down to .32 or .243/6mm?

    The basic idea would be to launch light bullets (like 55gr) at over 2000fps out of a 4-5" barrel but still be able to accommodate heavier bullets for two legged problems while keeping the recoil and blast somewhat moderate. Oh, and explode milk jugs really well. :D I have a hard time thinking this is a totally new idea, but I can't find the name such a beast might go by.
  2. Strykervet

    Strykervet member

    Nov 16, 2010
    I too am interested in this, was searching for it and came upon this online so I thought I'd revive it. A 6mm or 6.5mm in a 10mm brass would be slick, an ultimate PDW round for sure if it worked. This not been tried?

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