Greetings, All, Time for a completely speculative thread and question! I have been thinking about buying another Glock, but the only ones which call my name (right now) are one in .45ACP, or one in 10mm. Now, I have several other brands of pistols that do quite well in .45ACP, so IF I was going to buy another Glock, which 10 mm model should I consider, and why? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each, please? I look forward to hearing from you Glock 10mm shooters, with your thoughts, comments, and suggestions, based upon your own experiences with the 10mm in your Glock. Many thanks, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, P.S. At first thought, I would probably like to wring out the best that the 10mm has to offer, but am not certain that it's possible to do that without reloading. I have been reloading since the '60's (Lee Loader!), and with full gear and many calibers since the early 1980's, but I am not crazy about reloading for any Glock, as long as it has it's original barrel, due to brass life issues/cartridge support.