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Old 07-23-2019, 10:30 AM
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Sig was forced to beef up the side of the P220 to handle the 10mm.
I dont know of a reasonable sized pistol design suited for the 10mm mag.
Revolvers.
When the 10mm mag is being discussed it’s mostly going to be about revolvers.
In the post I quoted the .41 Mag was mentioned, also mostly a revolver round.
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Old 07-23-2019, 10:50 AM
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Revolvers.
When the 10mm mag is being discussed itís mostly going to be about revolvers.
In the post I quoted the .41 Mag was mentioned, also mostly a revolver round.
Sorry I missed that part.

I have been shooting magnum revovlers since high school, so I think Ill keep my 44s.
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Sorry I missed that part.

I have been shooting magnum revovlers since high school, so I think Ill keep my 44s.
I would too. (.44)

But if I were buying a new revolver in a new caliber Iíd look at the 10mm Mag over a .41 just because of bullet selection and such.
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Old 07-23-2019, 11:33 AM
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Personally, I dont understand the resistance to carrying a high cap auto, that will allow you a lot more options, especially when that gun, is no bigger, and often smaller, than a comparable revolver. They are both really pretty easy to shoot well with, if youre familiar with them, and the autos have fewer challenges and issues, should something go wrong.
People with arthritis cannot shoot a semi.
At least thatís what the real range experts say.
Iím just a gun shop guru so I wouldnít know.

So I guess thatís one reason people would resist carrying a suitable firearm, nostalgia and fear of the authorities is another.
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I would too. (.44)



But if I were buying a new revolver in a new caliber Iíd look at the 10mm Mag over a .41 just because of bullet selection and such.
If I had a .44 and was looking at a new revolver, I'd be looking at .454 casull, .457, or .500 S&W.



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I recently acquired this excellent condition Dan Wesson Model 15-2 VH-8 .357 (8 inch barrel) to go with my 15-2 V-6 (6 inch barrel). Im a 10MM Glock guy but the price was just too good to pass up and I figure it's always good to have a couple revolvers around in case we get hit with an EMP.


Also worth noting that I have yet to see another ~combat size handgun round that multiplies energy quite like .357 Mag in longer barrels. Punters like 9mm, .40 and .45 ACP may gain little or even lose energy in an 8" barrel, let alone 20", but .357 Mag goes full nukular---many loads may even leave behind 10mm as barrel length increases.

I want to add an 8" .357 Mag to my collection simply for fun long range shooting.
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