Okay, I hate to even post this but I'm considering getting out of the 10mm for several reasons: 1) They've gone up much more in price than other calibers from what I've seen 2) I can't get ammo anymore at local shops, and if they have them, it's around $27.00 for just Blazer stuff. 3) It does not seem to be getting anymore popular, which keeps the price up I imagine. 4) Only one manufacturer I know of makes a revolver chambered in it and you have to pay an arm and a leg for that gun. It's too bad, because I really think it's the best all around caliber out there. But for some reason it seems ammo manufacturers are making a lame excuse to charge so much for something that uses the same bullet as the .40 and just a bit more powder. I'm just concerned that this caliber may fizzle out soon and I'll be stuck with pistols that have no ammo. Is it possible to get into reloading with a starting type of reloading platform like a Lee press set-up? If so, how much per 50 rds. will it cost then? Any ideas would be appreciated. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!