When I first started reloading I would read the info in this forum without any regards as to the information being right or wrong. Or I would over look small details pertinent to the safe reloading of the 10mm round. At the time I was more interested in loading the nuclear rounds; heavy bullets, fast speeds and pushing the capabilities of the 10mm cartridge. That was 8 or 10 years ago. I have learned a lot from knowledgeable people here on this forum and have learned not to trust what is written here without first comparing all elements of the loads, and firearms used in their test as well as looking to actually see what the max charge is in different reloading manuals. I believe I know the answer to my question but I though I would put it out there for discussion. I have 800 rounds of 10mm reloaded ammo done on a 550B Dillon press when I first started reloading. Here's the Spec's. New Starline or Winchester Brass, CCI Magnum Pistol Primers, 12 grains of Blue Dot Powder, 200 grain Montana Gold 1.260 OAL. All rounds have been checked with a case gauge. If the rounds were shot they would be shot from a G20 with a standard KKM aftermarket barrel and a 22 lb spring. I believe the rounds should be disassemble. What are your thoughts? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!