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Old 03-20-2015, 10:28   #1
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I'm not holding my breath, but this is something that I would like to see Ruger bring to market.

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Old 03-24-2015, 14:46   #2
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Excellent Idea.
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don't you think that would be too little gun for such a big round?

I don't think that would be any fun to shoot. I love the 10mm round.
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Old 03-24-2015, 20:23   #4
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After having an SR40c for a short while, I realized that it was one tough sucker. It shot Underwood ammo 135gr @ 1500fps like it was no problem. So I believe that the SR series shouldn't have too much difficulty with 10mm.

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If Glock would just take a G23 and tweak it for the 10mm cartridge, then all would be right in the world. But, I suspect that Glock probably won't, so I will just dream about a Ruger 10mm pistol. Besides, if anybody can build a pistol to handle 10mm, Ruger can.

And, after shooting .460 Rowland from my G21, I don't think that 10mm from an SR45 platform would be too big a deal.

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Old 03-24-2015, 21:18   #5
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Have to have a new frame to hold the 10mm. Lots of cost for very little pay back.
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Old 03-26-2015, 15:15   #6
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I'm not holding my breath, but this is something that I would like to see Ruger bring to market.

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Not going to happen...

By the way, there is no such thing as 40S&W +P. That is just overloaded 40S&W.
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I will agree, I have never seen a cartridge labeled as a 40 S&W +P. However, be it a marketing ploy or some secret cult initiative, Underwood, Buffalo Bore and Georgia Arms all have made 40 S&W labeled as +P. When I posted the box of Underwood 40, my intent was not to showcase the +P, but to show that I was not making up the 1500fps rating. And, I do believe that Underwood stopped selling that load and reduced the charge on it.
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I will agree, I have never seen a cartridge labeled as a 40 S&W +P. However, be it a marketing ploy or some secret cult initiative, Underwood, Buffalo Bore and Georgia Arms all have made 40 S&W labeled as +P. When I posted the box of Underwood 40, my intent was not to showcase the +P, but to show that I was not making up the 1500fps rating. And, I do believe that Underwood stopped selling that load and reduced the charge on it.
Yeah, if its not recognized by SAAMI, I don't shoot it.

I feel the same about 9mm+P+
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