I want to buy a 10mm pistol. But I'm worried that in 20 years the ammo may not exist anymore.
Could this happen?
I don't mind the cost of the ammo, I just like the power. And I would get a .357 revolver, but revolver capacities suck.
>But I'm worried that in 20 years the ammo may not exist anymore.
>Could this happen?
What a surprise from someone who is unironically considering on 10millimemer
Meme? My neighbor is a cop and drinks beer all day long talking about 10mm. So now I want to pick one up, but I'm not looking for a museum exhibit peice if the rounds go extinct like what's happening now to mosin ammo.
I have a lot of guns man, trust me I'm not just some rookie.
But I don't have a powerful handgun, just a 9mm and .45
I'm either gonna get the 10mm and stock up on ammo, or a .357... Just don't like how a revolver has low capacity.
Get a Coonan .357 (8+1) or a desert eagle .357 (9+1) if your are concerned about .357 capacity.
But seriously, get either, or even both, if you discount low power .40 +p-like 10mm and nuclear or super heavy weight .357, they have about the same energies and bullet weights
Ignore this guy
10 mirin manlets has been around since the 90's and it's more popular today than it has been ever, pretty much
Ammo can be hard to find sometimes but if 10mm production was winding down it would have been 10 years ago
The Glawk 20 is the standard 10mm semiautomatic, if you want capacity it's probably your best option
PROTIP: If you buy a glock 20 you can shoot .40 ammo out of it bone stock. Other 10mm pistols may require you to change barrels or recoil springs or what have you.
Of course, at the rate things have been going, .40 ammo might disappear before 10mm.
I'm a little worried about .357 because I was watching a YouTube video of a 3" Ruger in .357 producing 1100 ft/sec at 158gr and not expanding either.
It was with underwood ammo. So now I'm doubting underwood ammo. Yet every other underwood ammo video I've ever seen had great results.
>I'm worried that in 20 years the ammo may not exist anymore.
To be frank, that's dumb. 10mm has been popular enough in the past that GLOCK has deemed it worthwhile to keep making 10mm handguns. If anything the round is more popular now.
>ignore this guy
What did I say that was incorrect? 10mm is better for capacity overall, I was just telling OP about higher capacity alternatives to normal 6 round revolvers like>>28431845