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Old 04-11-2015, 19:45   #1
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10mm load

Assuming we are just talking factory ammo.

What are your recommended loads for .....
1. Personal protection against human vermin.
2. Personal protection woods east of the Mississippi.
3. Hunting deer load
4. If you were going some place there were Griz.
5. Any other load to mention.

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Old 04-11-2015, 19:51   #2
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BTW, If we were talking 9mm, I would just tell someone to find a premium load that works in your gun. With 10mm, I wonder if there is something better.
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I like a 180 grain Gold Dot @ 1300 fps. Covers all the bases, except probably grizzlies. 10MM is awesome, but a man that wants to live knows his limitations.
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Old 04-11-2015, 23:07   #4
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1) Winchester 175 gr STHP (not hot, but an accurate moderate energy load that will do the job if you do yours)
2) Double Tap 200 gr WFNGC hard cast
3) Double Tap 200 gr WFNGC hard cast
4) Double Tap 200 gr WFNGC hard cast

The WFNGC is a hammer. Even though DT velocities don't meet box flap claims, the load would be just plain useful.
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Old 04-13-2015, 05:46   #5
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Grizzly, a stout .44 mag minimum. I'd prefer a 45-70 lever action or 105mm howitzer.
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Old 04-13-2015, 18:35   #6
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Assuming we are just talking factory ammo.

What are your recommended loads for .....
1. Personal protection against human vermin. 155gr Underwood
2. Personal protection woods east of the Mississippi. 180gr HP Underwood
3. Hunting deer load 180gr HP Underwood
4. If you were going some place there were Griz. 200gr Hard Cast....BB or UW
5. Any other load to mention.

Just my $.02.

For factory loads, I really like what Underwood has out there. BB is a really close second, but I put the edge on UW because of the their selection.

Most of the time I use a 6" KKM barrel.



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For number one through three I would go with either the 175 grain Winchester Silvertip or the 180 grain Hornady XTP. For protection from larger critters penetration is critical. And a hot non expanding 10mm load like the Buffalo Bore 220 or Double tap 200 grain hardcast are good choices. So are the 200 grain FMJ's like Double tap, Buffalo Bore or CorBon.
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