Hey guys, I heard this today, and figured you guys would like it. I know we reloaders are absolutely crazy about our brass, so any way to save it is a huge plus. Well, today I was in a local gun shop looking for a holster for my Delta Elite. A guy that worked there walked up to help me, and when he saw the 10mm Delta Elite, he told me that he is also a big 10mm fan. We talked for a while, and we started talking about hunting with 10mm. He had a great idea, and said he's been doing it for years. I like his idea, but it could be improved upon. So, here's his idea, and my improvements: He says that when he hunts, he buys CCI Blazer aluminum 200gr factory rounds, pulls the bullets, replaces the powder, and seats a 180gr Gold Dot on top. He said, that way, he doesn't have to worry about his brass, and he says it's a very effective round, and VERY accurate. I, on the other hand, think we could do better than propelling a 180gr GDHP with a light 200gr powder charge. So, here's what I'm proposing. Pull a bunch of those rounds, and work up a good load. I'm not sure if any of you worry about brass when you hunt, since it's likely only a few casings, but it might be handy. If anyone decides to undertake this task, let us know what kind of power you can get from the aluminum cases before they start to smile.