View Full Version : ammo question

12-25-2010, 9:22 PM
I live in Cali and was wondering what 10mm ammo would be most affordable, legal, and acceptable at indoor ranges in the Orange County area. Next...I was wondering where to purchase such ammo?

I have the same question for .44 magnum. Thanks

12-25-2010, 9:27 PM
If it's not tracer, incendiary or armor piercing then it's largely going to be legal to purchase.

I wasn't aware that 10mm and affordable could be used in the same sentence together.


12-25-2010, 9:32 PM
I was just noticing that!

12-25-2010, 9:57 PM
I saw some last week (Remington Green box) for sale at Bass Pro in Rancho Cucamonga and some for sale (Blazer) at the Stockade in Westminster..(?)

Ammo Brothers in Cerritos and Ontario sells new 10MM as well.

Another source is the GUN SHOW...I just bought 500 rounds for a good price (220) at the gun show. All of these are new manufacture so Save The Brass and start Reloading.

I shoot a lot of 10MM and I reload it. My cost is about 10 bucks to reload 50 with new brass from Starline; if I save my range ammo brass even less. Powder is cheap, primers are cheap (in Bulk) and once you have a good press you can make about 500 new bullets an hour. (DILLON 550B)

I have several GLOCK 20s and a 29 as well. I really love 10MM..plenty of firepower and easy to shoot.


12-26-2010, 6:30 AM
Check out Grafs (http://www.grafs.com/retail/catalog/product/productId/11921). They carry some reloads for $16; but are currently out of stock. Call them and see when it might be back in stock.

12-26-2010, 6:35 AM
Sportsman's Guide (http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/cb/federal-american-eagle-pistol-10-mm-180-gr-fmj-500-rds.aspx?a=706747) has Federal for as little as $22.26 when buying in bulk at club prices.

12-26-2010, 4:30 PM
Most indoor ranges offer there own loads, I've seen 10mm at the FiringLine in HB for $18 or so.