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Old 12-29-2011, 15:59   #1
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10mm on the rise!!

seems to me that 10mm is on the rise. What would you guess would be the next gun manufacture to produce another 10mm?
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Old 12-29-2011, 16:18   #2
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M&P 10mm Compact plz!
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Old 12-29-2011, 16:26   #3
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M&P 10mm Compact plz!
oh a slice of heaven!!! I would be down!
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Old 12-29-2011, 16:30   #4
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Springfield XDM in 10mm.
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Old 12-29-2011, 16:36   #5
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Springfield XDM in 10mm.
well I would love one in a XDM but I doubt that springfield armory would go for the 10mm since they don't have the xdm in 357 sig yet.
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Old 12-29-2011, 16:40   #6
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well I would love one in a XDM but I doubt that springfield armory would go for the 10mm since they don't have the xdm in 357 sig yet.
The 10MM would be the only XD, I'd have!
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Old 05-05-2012, 18:29   #7
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Springfield XDM in 10mm.
THIS! Give me a 5" barreled XDm in 10mm, and I'd be a happy guy!
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Old 05-05-2012, 18:41   #8
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THIS! Give me a 5" barreled XDm in 10mm, and I'd be a happy guy!

I'll join that crowd. The closest I've been able to come for my XDM is a well known 'smith offering to see if he could drum up a barrel in .400 Cor-Bon
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Old 12-29-2011, 16:39   #9
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M&P 10mm Compact plz!
Hell, midsize, fullsize, I don't care! Any size and I will have at least one!
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Old 12-31-2011, 08:16   #10
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M&P 10mm Compact plz!
Put me on the waiting list for one of those.
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Old 12-31-2011, 08:27   #11
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I wanted to chime in on this yesterday but got sidetracked. Anyway...

I would suggest that the number of threads and discussions on the Internet on enthusiast boards is not a fair indicator of how popular an item actually is. Examples:

1) According to the Internet the best long-range target rifles are .300 Magnums, 7mm Magnums and really big honkin' rifles (.338 Lapua anybody?). Yet when I go to a 600 yard match, I see lots of .308s, 6mmXC, 6.5x308s, and .223s, maybe a .284 and rarely a .300 of any sort.

2) According to the Internet rifle-crank fan base, the .260 Remington is the perfect low-recoil deer rifle. Yet there is a Model 7 so chambered at one my LGS's that I'm pretty sure has sat on the used rack for a year or more now, unloved.

3) According to the Internet the 10mm Auto is on the rise. Yet I've never seen one being used at the local pistol range, seen maybe 2-3 total ever for sale at the LGS's and rarely find spent 10mm cases at the range. The last ones I spotted were aluminum CCI Blazers, and I suspect it's one person who is a regular, not multiple shooters.

4) According to the Internet anybody who walks into the great wilderness without at least a 10mm or .44 Magnum handgun is begging to get eaten and accosted. If you don't have a pistol capable of driving a hardcast slug through a Zombie Grizzly end-to-end, you're just not thinking clearly. And if you're West of the Mississippi in real animal country? Better get a real gun and leave those 10mms and .44s at home!

There, I feel better now!
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Old 12-31-2011, 16:30   #12
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I wanted to chime in on this yesterday but got sidetracked. Anyway...

I would suggest that the number of threads and discussions on the Internet on enthusiast boards is not a fair indicator of how popular an item actually is. Examples:

1) According to the Internet the best long-range target rifles are .300 Magnums, 7mm Magnums and really big honkin' rifles (.338 Lapua anybody?). Yet when I go to a 600 yard match, I see lots of .308s, 6mmXC, 6.5x308s, and .223s, maybe a .284 and rarely a .300 of any sort.

2) According to the Internet rifle-crank fan base, the .260 Remington is the perfect low-recoil deer rifle. Yet there is a Model 7 so chambered at one my LGS's that I'm pretty sure has sat on the used rack for a year or more now, unloved.

3) According to the Internet the 10mm Auto is on the rise. Yet I've never seen one being used at the local pistol range, seen maybe 2-3 total ever for sale at the LGS's and rarely find spent 10mm cases at the range. The last ones I spotted were aluminum CCI Blazers, and I suspect it's one person who is a regular, not multiple shooters.

4) According to the Internet anybody who walks into the great wilderness without at least a 10mm or .44 Magnum handgun is begging to get eaten and accosted. If you don't have a pistol capable of driving a hardcast slug through a Zombie Grizzly end-to-end, you're just not thinking clearly. And if you're West of the Mississippi in real animal country? Better get a real gun and leave those 10mms and .44s at home!

There, I feel better now!
I don't know about the rest of 'em, but I couldn't be happier with my .260. It recoils like a .22, drops deer in their tracks out to at least 330 yards (longs shot I've taken), and I can shoot fairly accurately out to 600 yards (I'm not that great of a shot, the gun is far more capable than I am). If I ran across a used, but not abused, .260 for a good price, I'd grab it for a backup.
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4) According to the Internet anybody who walks into the great wilderness without at least a 10mm or .44 Magnum handgun is begging to get eaten and accosted. If you don't have a pistol capable of driving a hardcast slug through a Zombie Grizzly end-to-end, you're just not thinking clearly. And if you're West of the Mississippi in real animal country? Better get a real gun and leave those 10mms and .44s at home!

There, I feel better now!
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Old 12-31-2011, 20:07   #15
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I wanted to chime in on this yesterday but got sidetracked. Anyway...

I would suggest that the number of threads and discussions on the Internet on enthusiast boards is not a fair indicator of how popular an item actually is. Examples:

1) According to the Internet the best long-range target rifles are .300 Magnums, 7mm Magnums and really big honkin' rifles (.338 Lapua anybody?). Yet when I go to a 600 yard match, I see lots of .308s, 6mmXC, 6.5x308s, and .223s, maybe a .284 and rarely a .300 of any sort.

2) According to the Internet rifle-crank fan base, the .260 Remington is the perfect low-recoil deer rifle. Yet there is a Model 7 so chambered at one my LGS's that I'm pretty sure has sat on the used rack for a year or more now, unloved.

3) According to the Internet the 10mm Auto is on the rise. Yet I've never seen one being used at the local pistol range, seen maybe 2-3 total ever for sale at the LGS's and rarely find spent 10mm cases at the range. The last ones I spotted were aluminum CCI Blazers, and I suspect it's one person who is a regular, not multiple shooters.

4) According to the Internet anybody who walks into the great wilderness without at least a 10mm or .44 Magnum handgun is begging to get eaten and accosted. If you don't have a pistol capable of driving a hardcast slug through a Zombie Grizzly end-to-end, you're just not thinking clearly. And if you're West of the Mississippi in real animal country? Better get a real gun and leave those 10mms and .44s at home!

There, I feel better now!

Yeah but number 4 is true though. I read it in caliber corner.
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Old 12-29-2011, 17:33   #16
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I could see FNH making one maby, they make alot of unique guns.
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Old 12-29-2011, 17:39   #17
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How about a CZ 105? They have a 75,85, and 97! EEA makes a 10 and they could beat Veltor to the market!
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Old 12-29-2011, 17:38   #18
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seems to me that 10mm is on the rise. What would you guess would be the next gun manufacture to produce another 10mm?
There are some die-hard 10mm fans out there, and I'm not trying to be a wiseguy when I ask this, but what signs tell you that the popularity of that caliber is on the rise?
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There are some die-hard 10mm fans out there, and I'm not trying to be a wiseguy when I ask this, but what signs tell you that the popularity of that caliber is on the rise?
If you go towards the top of the GT home page, and click on "new posts", frequently, you'll find, that most, caliber specific, questions, thoughts, and new firearm purchases, are of the 10MM. You will see that there is a growing population of shooters seeing just what the 10 offers, and most are quite exuberant in their find!
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If you go towards the top of the GT home page, and click on "new posts", frequently, you'll find, that most, caliber specific, questions, thoughts, and new firearm purchases, are of the 10MM. You will see that there is a growing population of shooters seeing just what the 10 offers, and most are quite exuberant in their find!
Which still are not, however, the vast majority of the shooting public, military, law enforcement or civilian. That majority has already rejected the 10mm as a every day option for a myriad of reasons.

And no amount of high priced 1911 platforms will change that.
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