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Discussion in '10mm Reloading Forum' started by MCNETT, Aug 22, 2003.


  1. Daryl in Az

    Daryl in Az
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    Enjoying life!

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    You can order brass direct from Starline. http://www.starlinebrass.com/

    MidwayUSA also sells Starline brass for a few dollars more per 500/1000, and you can order bullets at the same time to possibly save on shipping costs.

    Lots of others, I'm sure. If anyone knows of a cheaper place for either, I'd appreciate it too. I'm going to order brass and bullets pretty soon.

    Daryl
     

    Wanna kill these ads? We can help!
  2. mesteve2

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    Got some old data.

    Unique and other old powders.

    Let me know if interest.
     

  3. jeremiahjj

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    Is the 10mm forum still alive somewhere?
     
  4. MakeMineA10mm

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    If you mean here at GT, yes, it's called "the 10 Ring" and it's just two forums above this one on the list of forums here at GT.

    If you're talking about another website, I'm not sure. The only other 10mm website I look at regularly is the Bren Ten forum.
     
  5. jeremiahjj

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    Got it, and thanks! I guess I missed the 10 Ring. The Firing Line Forum has stuff for 10mm shooters/reloaders too. I'm finally getting set up -- bench is built, 4 lbs of powder (No. 9, 800X, HS6, etc.), primers and cases are ready. All I'm missing is the press, which some suggest might be helpful. That should be here in 2-3 weeks. It'll be a 550. Thanks again. See you over at the 10 Ring.
     
  6. Denny

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    I just finished my Glock 20 for hunting Now its time to RELOAD
     
  7. ohio glock guy

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    Hello to all glockers,
    what's a good handload in 10mm,6inch pipe,deer hunting?
    Any and all thoughts welcomed..
     
  8. glockout

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    I have been a member of GT for 5 years. Just found this forum. Was doing a search on the internet for 10mm forum and this one popped up. Glad I found it.

    I have a 19,20,23,27.
     
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  9. Cwlongshot

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    Get yourself a can of Longshot maybe 800X too. Then some 180/200g XTP or a WFN hard cast lead of 200g. Start loading!

    Good luck,
    CW
     
  10. gunowner1

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    Almost got my reloading set up ready. I am going to start with 9mm. I did get 500 rounds of 10mm brass to start getting ready to reload 10mm in the near future. All I need to know is what type of bullets to buy. I just need bullets for punching paper.
     
  11. kdunn

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    I'm very happy to have found my new hang out! A couple of months ago I purchased a G29 and have shot it enough to love it. (It's a little modified) And enough to hate the cost.
    I just ran across a TGTPU deal on a Hornady LNL AP setup and now I have to build a bench and start making cartridges. What a perfect time to find this forum. Really looking forward to reading all the posts and data and trying out some of the recipes here!

    Kirk