View Full Version : 10mm fans...here you go!!

Rorge Retson
08-18-2012, 9:22 PM

08-18-2012, 9:38 PM
That’s a whole lot of boom!


You think he’ll give me his brass? :43:

.45 ftw!
08-18-2012, 9:47 PM
I've pumped some of that Underwood through my G29; that's good stuff.

08-18-2012, 9:49 PM
Good vid and nice technique for fast target acquisition. For the non believers 10mm isn't that bad of a recoil. It's gets a bad rap, but It and .357sig are my goto defense round... I do go a little overboard for my sidearm when bowhunting .454. But when I pig charges u you know it will out him right down...

Don the savage
08-18-2012, 9:51 PM
Who is he shooter? He is a beast with that 20.

08-18-2012, 10:23 PM
That would be tnoutdoors9 - http://www.youtube.com/user/tnoutdoors9

If you like him, you need to also watch hickok45 - http://www.youtube.com/user/hickok45 He loves 10mm as well and is an amazing shooter!

08-18-2012, 10:23 PM
^ www.youtube.com/user/tnoutdoors9

08-18-2012, 10:43 PM
tnoutdoors9 & hickock45 are two of my favorite channels. They're probably the most knowledgeable fellas on YouTube. Hickock is responsible for getting me into 10mm, Glocks, 45-70, reloading, & shooting steel targets.

Glock 20sf
Kimber Eclipse 10mm

08-18-2012, 11:03 PM
Nice video the guy has a heck of a shOt

08-18-2012, 11:09 PM
Let's not forget the original.


I had the 10mm bug, now I have only 2 pistols chambered in that round. I almost built my Para-STI into one. Imagine 18 rounds of 10mm with the extended mag and 22 rounds with the extra extended.

08-19-2012, 4:49 AM
Let's not forget the original.

I remember there was some company that wanted to manufacture the Bren Ten a few years ago and the project fell through. It would be great to have this gun made again. I would definately buy it and it would be a good compliment to my EAA Witness and Glock 20.

As an aside, do you guys know to spot the 10mm shooters at the range? They're the ones looking like chickens with their heads turned down and picking up every piece of brass to make sure they didn't miss any of their 10mm brass. :)

Metal Magic
08-19-2012, 7:08 AM
I have been wanting a 10mm for a while now but, have been reserving myself for later next year.

this thread did not help :p

08-19-2012, 7:18 AM
Yes, Underwood ammo is fantastic in the Glock 20/29. 180 grains at 1300+ FPS. Incredible penetration and fast moving.

10MM is my favorite caliber. To save bucks, I reload and have a Dillon 550B dedicated to this caliber. Buying components in bulk is the ticket.

Yeah, at the range I do 'chicken head' the floor area. Hey..I can reload a piece of brass 8 times so it is important to pick up my brass....hahaha.

The GLOCK 20 of GLOCK 29 (either normal or short frame) are the perfect car stoppers in a 'get home' situation. 9MM won't penetrate a car full of armed gang members. Some 9 will actually ricochet (bounce off) a windshield or car door; 10MM will zip right thru the door or windshield and stop that attack.

So a good GLOCK 10mm should be available in your get home bag at all times. :D

The GLOCKs in 10MM are also perfect backpacking or woods guns.

08-19-2012, 7:26 AM
Nice video the guy has a heck of a shOt

Also notice he was using the stock plastic sights.....a stock G20 works well out of the box. :D

The round is LASER LIKE FAST. Once you pull the trigger the bullet ZIPS incredibly fast to the target. I let people at my range (ON TARGET, the best place)....Shoot my 10s. The impress themselves with how accurate this weapon is. Unlike a .45 auto (another favorite of mine)...which has more of a 'push', the 10MM round leaves the barrel with a 'Crack' that nails the target 'right now'.

The speed of a 10MM at 100 yards is the same as a .45 auto at the muzzle.

Very effective round for a handgun. Running my owned 15 round mags with extensions, I can run 20 rounds of firepower. ;)

08-19-2012, 8:10 AM
I recently just bought a 10mm StormLake barrel for my Glock 30 and I gotta say it's turned me into a huge 10mm fan. It's turned into one of my favorites at the range and I plan on using it as my sidearm for hunting this year. It's also pushing me to learn how to reload.