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Best Underwood 10mm SD choice?

Discussion in 'The 10 Ring' started by Kwesi, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. RYT 2BER

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  2. cowboywannabe

    cowboywannabe you savvy?

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    for personal protection i like the 135gr. if i were in a hard winter area id bump it up to the 165gr.

    for woods the 200 gr., for police work the 180gr.
     

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    Good ideas! I like the 155 grain also.

    If I were Colonel of the Alaska State Police I think I would have them carrying Hornady 200 grain XTP. I know it's a week load by 10mm standards, but as we know not all coppers can handle the full power 10mm stuff (or even medium power for that matter). I like the 200 grain for them in case they have to put down some of the larger Alaskan animals.
     
  4. Kwesi

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    My only reason for mentioning full auto is because the gun cycled and ran properly for about 5 rounds on semi before attempting full auto.
     
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    We like 10mm on full auto!
     
  6. sgtbones

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    That is a good formula, because I have a variety of loads, but I was thinking 135 gr summer, home, and 180 de load general purpose. 10 so many loads to choose from, I would like to narrow it down. Of course I have 200 gr for those jack a*****
    that like to jump into wild animals cages at the zoo.
     
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