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cablecutter 12-29-2011 14:59

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?

Gamisouu 12-29-2011 15:18

M&P 10mm Compact plz!

cablecutter 12-29-2011 15:26

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Originally Posted by Gamisouu (Post 18354936)
M&P 10mm Compact plz!

oh a slice of heaven!!! I would be down!

SWAMPRNR 12-29-2011 15:30

Springfield XDM in 10mm. :steamed:

cablecutter 12-29-2011 15:36

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Originally Posted by SWAMPRNR (Post 18355011)
Springfield XDM in 10mm. :steamed:

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.

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 15:39

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Originally Posted by Gamisouu (Post 18354936)
M&P 10mm Compact plz!

Hell, midsize, fullsize, I don't care! Any size and I will have at least one!:cool:

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 15:40

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Originally Posted by cablecutter (Post 18355048)
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!

Vance665 12-29-2011 16:33

I could see FNH making one maby, they make alot of unique guns.

Dr.Midnight 12-29-2011 16:38

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Originally Posted by cablecutter (Post 18354819)
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?

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 16:39

How about a CZ 105? :wow: They have a 75,85, and 97! EEA makes a 10 and they could beat Veltor to the market!:whistling:

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 16:45

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Originally Posted by Dr.Midnight (Post 18355364)
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!

Glockz0r 12-29-2011 16:46

10mm sucks!

G26S239 12-29-2011 16:53

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Originally Posted by cablecutter (Post 18354819)
seems to me that 10mm is on the rise. What would you guess would be the next gun manufacture to produce another 10mm?

A 1911 mfg will make a limited run at some point in the future. I don't see any evidence of more interest in 10mm now than there was 5 or 10 years ago.

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 16:53

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Originally Posted by Glockz0r (Post 18355411)
10mm Rocks!

Fixed it for you!:wavey:

GlockFish 12-29-2011 16:55

I want a Ruger GP100 & SP101 in 10mm.

Ridgeway 12-29-2011 17:06

I'd love a 10mm M&P. But realistically I'd say a limited run 1911 is about all we will get for the foreseeable future.
It may be on the rise on some of the forums, but we are still in the minority of gun owners. I doubt there is enough interest to get a major manufacturer to tool up for what would be a low volume product.
Just look @ HK essentially phasing out .357 sig (I believe).

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 17:07

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Originally Posted by GlockFish (Post 18355450)
I want a Ruger GP100 & SP101 in 10mm.

How cool would that be?

legion3 12-29-2011 17:08

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Originally Posted by cablecutter (Post 18354819)
seems to me that 10mm is on the rise. What would you guess would be the next gun manufacture to produce another 10mm?

Vltor :rofl: oh nevermind :tongueout:

None! Neither the market nor the profit is there. If it was they would be built and so far no one even seems to be willing.

lordofmpower 12-29-2011 17:09

I'd make love to a P30 in 10mm or a p2000sk in 10mm

legion3 12-29-2011 17:10

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Originally Posted by alwaysshootin (Post 18355399)
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.

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 17:14

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Originally Posted by legion3 (Post 18355508)
Vltor :rofl: oh nevermind :tongueout:

None! Neither the market nor the profit is there. If it was they would be built and so far no one even seems to be willing.

Vltor, I'll give you :rofl:

but,

How long were the reintroduction of the S&W 610 around?

When Kimber reintroduces the Custom Target in 10 with a suggested retail of $1250+, how long will they be around?

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 17:18

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Originally Posted by legion3 (Post 18355523)
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.

I'll have to disagree. It wasn't "that" population, for the most part, that rejected the 10. It was rejected for them, LE, and military for sure. Most have been handed stun guns, to use in the field. So, I think that tells the tale on why they aren't allowed the use of the 10!

esh325 12-29-2011 17:27

If it becomes more popular good, if it remains a niche cartridge with a small loyal following, then oh well. Doesn't matter to me.

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Originally Posted by alwaysshootin (Post 18355568)
I'll have to disagree. It wasn't "that" population, for the most part, that rejected the 10. It was rejected for them, LE, and military for sure. Most have been handed stun guns, to use in the field. So, I think that tells the tale on why they aren't allowed the use of the 10!

Stun guns? Huh?

alwaysshootin 12-29-2011 17:36

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Originally Posted by esh325 (Post 18355620)
If it becomes more popular good, if it remains a niche cartridge with a small loyal following, then oh well. Doesn't matter to me.


Stun guns? Huh?

My bad. Tazers, couldn't think of what they were called!:rofl:

Oh, and not to mention, bean bag guns! Just a couple of tools to be used that are less than lethal. Wonder why they make them use them?

blastfact 12-29-2011 17:49

It is on the rise and I'm glad. It's a great caliber. The LSG's around here can't keep any currently or pass production 10mm weapon in stock. Everything on there standard stock orders are sold and used weapons never last more than a day or so under glass.

There are more custom ammo manufactures coming online supplying great full power well made, safe 10mm ammo. Priced well might I add. I even see 10mm whimpy ass .40 S&W class junk in Wal-Mart every once in awhile. And at a couple of local farm and ranch store's. And as always match grade full power and above 10mm ammo is only a reloading bench away.

If you want a mag. class auto pistol load? 10mm is the way to go! And more shooters are finding that out and embracing it. :)


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