10 mm ammo

No way I'd buy a new caliber gun with no ammo availability, unless you can get a deal on it
 

munchie3409

Senior Member
When in doubt reload. Underwood makes some great 10mm rounds that are loaded hot.

Finding ammo and reloading components are challenging these days, but it's not impossible if you have items to trade. Just expect a huge mark up. Good news is you will be getting some Xiden bucks, since the gov loves to turn on the money printers.
 

Railroader

Senior Member
I got lucky and stocked up before the stupidity hit hard...

I don't reload, so I have a few on hand that get good reviews, and will give you a place to start looking.

Underwood with a 165 running 1400fps.

Nosler Match Grade with a 180 running 1250fps.

Magtech with a 180 running 1300, iirc..

And some Hornady 180s running 1180...

All are jacketed HPs, and all are pretty stout when you touch em off. Any would be plum good out to 50 yards on critters, I reckon..

In my G40mos with the red dot, all rounds mentioned here will shoot into a paper plate at 50 off my bench and bags. So no real worry about point of impact shifting much from the Underwoods to the Hornadys.

Good luck on your 10mm journey. I can't wait to kill a critter with mine.
 

Steven037

Senior Member
I’ve found 10mm easier to find than other pistol calibers. I guess since it’s not as popular. I’ve stocked up and I reload for it. As far as hunting I’ve got Buffalo Bore hard cast for pigs and 190 jhp for deer. I also have a hand load of 180 xtp I use for deer and pigs. I shoot some hot rounds but they’re through a Springfield TRP longslide Operator and it handles them just fine.
 

rosewood

Senior Member
I use 200 grain WFNGC that I bought from Beartooth bullets. Use a healthy dose of longshot and get around 1225FPS out of my 5" P16-10 MM. Nothing in GA that it won't dispatch and with 16 rounds to choose from..

The good news is, you use the same dies and bullets you would use for 40 S&W. You just need large pistol primers which are much easier to obtain right now than small pistol.

Rosewood
 

pacecars

Senior Member
I have used Winchester 175gr Silvertips on deer and they expand and worked well. I mostly use DoubleTap 200gr WFNGC ammo. I have shot deer and pigs with it. I prefer to break shoulders and this load does it
 
And some Hornady 180s running 1180...

All are jacketed HPs, and all are pretty stout when you touch em off. Any would be plum good out to 50 yards on critters, I reckon..

In my G40mos with the red dot, all rounds mentioned here will shoot into a paper plate at 50 off my bench and bags. So no real worry about point of impact shifting much from the Underwoods to the Hornadys.
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The Hornady 180's are what I shoot, technically the jacketed soft points...they got hard to find about 2 yrs ago so when I found some I bought a "few"...deer and hogs graveyard dead at less than 50 yards
 
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