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Old 08-02-2013, 02:56 PM   #1
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Just kidding! Found this on another site and thought it was humorous with just a touch of reality.
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Old 08-02-2013, 08:13 PM   #2
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Thats funny. Lol. Ive never shot a 10mm yet, would like to tho.
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It may be cute but it is very misleading.
Human beings are in no way shape or form able to "laugh off" 9mm hits.
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Let us test this...any volunteers?
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what's up with the 40 stick figure? anyway, speaking of stick figures
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That's funny.

I like the .45 the best,haha.
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Shame only Glock makes a high cap 10mm, I won't own a Glock, poor ergonomics and chamber issues are enough to keep me away from them, if Springfield makes an XDm10 though I will be the first in line to get one.
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I would own a 10mm in the all metal 1911 frame. Makes more sense for the more powerful cartridge.
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I wouldn't recommend it but you can fire 40 S&W in a 10mm chambered pistol if push came to shove. I have a Colt Delta Elite. The extractor headspaces the shorter round well enough to allow it to fire. Your mileage may vary.
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I wouldn't recommend it but you can fire 40 S&W in a 10mm chambered pistol if push came to shove. I have a Colt Delta Elite. The extractor headspaces the shorter round well enough to allow it to fire. Your mileage may vary.
I would NOT recommend this. Your extractor may hold the cartridge just fine. It is at least equally likely you will have a problem with it though. Get a Glock and buy a handfull of conversion barrels. Soon, I will have a 7 caliber G-20
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