I hate to ask this because I think the whole 10mm ammo topic has been beat to death... or at least that is what I have been researching in my spare time for over 2 weeks now so maybe it is just me. I tend to over-analyze things before I "pull the trigger" and this whole 10mm ammo availability issue has caught my attention. From my vantage - I see 3 categories of 10mm ammo mfg's - and none are positive: You have a handful of custom, smaller ammo mfg's out there that offer ammo at a reasonable price, but even they seem to be very inconsistent in availability (Georgia Arms, Freakshow....). This is no reflection on the QUALITY of the ammo, this is just observation and the numerous threads on this site and others of people waiting (and waiting, and waiting...) Then you have a handful of, again, smaller, custom loaders that specialize in premium ammo - typically geared towards SD or hunting. (BB, Corbon, DT, etc) These are at very premium prices (some being $5/round (no - not a typo!) ). Availability seems to be better - but still limited and definitely cost prohibitive for any recreational shooting (at least from my wallet). Then you look for the mainstream mfg's (Speer, Winchester, Remington, Hornady, PMC, Federal, CCI) and although most list the 10mm in their product lineup - almost none to be found in the wild! I have looked long and hard no one has this stuff in stock - and many specifically list it as back ordered (Midway, Cabela's, Natchez, Ammunitiontogo.com, Wideners, and many others) I am all for supporting the smaller ammo mfg's - but the ones that are in a reasonable price range seem to be more miss than hit in availability. Is it just coincidence that few of these manufacturers are making 10mm? Is it a seasonal thing? Even the brass mfg's seem to be ignoring 10mm right now. I know and understand "it is a reloaders round", but something seems wrong with this picture! Ok - sorry for the long post for such a simple observation - but I have been doing this research for sometime now and just when i think I find a lead on a new source... oops, they are out of stock right now too!