Kind of..... 10mm was first introduced in the Bren Ten in 1983. Cartridge was adopted by the FBI in '87, only to be replaced by the less effective 40S&W when weak armed desk jocks complained of excess recoil and report. Lots weapons are still available in 10mm, but not many current production models.It is a long version of the .40 S&W. A 10mm to a .40 S&W is like a .357 Magnum to a .38 Spl. Only a limited amount of guns produced for it though...
Colt Delta Elite/Gold Cup, Colt Double Eagle, Kimber Target II, Kimber Eclipse,EAA Witness, S&W 1006/1076, Glock 20/29, AMT Javelina, MP5, MP10.
Check out the FBI's report on the 10 MM