10mm coming back in style?

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  1. sparkyv

    sparkyv Member

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    They are really nice, but the low 8 round capacity is why I won't plop down the dough for one.
     
  2. SRSTAdam21

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    I have seen more 10mm guns in stores recently than I have in the past. I have had 2. This is my fave.

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  3. orionengnr

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    I've been a 1911 guy my whole life. Owned a bunch in .45acp (and still do).
    Finally bought a Dan Wesson CBOB 10mm in 2009.
    After a few initial hiccups (smashing the mouth of the brass upon ejection)...worked it out eventually....we've had a fairly happy relationship.
    Yes, I handload for that cartridge (and every other centerfire I own) so I can supply myself with ammo--especially important these days.
    Yes, it flings the brass, but I have about 1000 cases, so if I lose a few each range session...such is life.
    In my mind, it's a keeper.
     
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  4. SRSTAdam21

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    Hey that was my other one! Mine had a TON of problems. I have one in 45 now.
     
  5. sparkyv

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    A FEW? Some days I recover less than 50% of my brass. They end up in the next county, I suppose. I balance my 10mm shooting between 2 semi-autos and my M610, so it helps mitigate the brass loss ratio.
     
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