Part of my thinking when I picked up my G20 SF was that because 10mm was a less common caliber, it would be easier to get ammo in this "post crazy" world. Well I goofed a bit - because I hadn't realized that 10mm ammo is often built on .40 "Short and Weak" production lines. However, I have been following the current pricing on GunBot and was pleasantly surprised to see that 10mm is currently less expensive than many comparable rounds. To be fair I am mostly looking at range ammo. Here are today's lowest prices based on FMJ's in 50 round boxes: 9mm $0.40ea .40S&W $0.66ea .45ACP $0.58ea 357Mag $0.40ea .38Auto $0.52ea 10mm $0.48ea Just to put how crazy things have become, yesterday I couldn't find 22LR for less than $048/ea Wanna kill these ads? We can help!