Thread: 10mm vs .357
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Old November 5, 2012, 09:26 AM   #8
jmortimer
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Revolvers have a cylinder gap which knocks off some steam, so it's apples and oranges on that one. put the .357 in a Coonan and it goes even faster. Regardless, all other points are well taken, and the 10mm makes sense. Let's not go down the .357 v 10mm road again, because in factory guns, the .357 has the edge. Let's just love the 10mm for what it is, a really good idea. And no, the 10mm would be far worse for a large bear charge as opposed to a .44 mag with twice as much energy and a heavier bullet and better SD.
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