They are around, just need to be a lilI want a 1911 10mm,,but there isnt any to be had,,i wanted a 38 super last week,,aint none of them either.
Discouraging, no guns,no primers,,,getting tired of this crap,already
I love Power Pistol in the 10mm and it’s also the best metering powder I think I’ve ever used. Perfect in the Dillon.I have been a huge fan of Blue Dot for my 10mm loads for a long time.
But I have been trying Power Pistol lately. (With cast) and have been very pleasantly surprised!! Excellent velocities and low pressures. I can easily achieve velocities proper for the 10mm with lower pressures.
I didn’t have a problem with round nose cast bullets in autos until I started powder coating them. PC adds just enough to them to cause fail to feeds or the need to seat them extra deep. The TC bullets in my 9’s, 40’s and 45’s all feed flawlessly after powder coat. Struggled with too many 45’s before I decided to dump the RN bullets back in the pot and recast them to TC’s.I must say that the truncated cone [TC] profile is generally a good all-around bullet design for auto pistols. And if we are talking cast bullets for auto pistols, the TC type gets even more praise. The design allows a good compromise between several key areas: The TC profile tends to function well in a lot of pistols. The TC profile tends to be an accurate bullet in a lot of pistols (likely due to long bearing surface of the main body of the bullet and a good center of gravity location within the bullet). The TC design retains a flat point, which aids in terminal performance. The design is a compromise, but it’s a very good compromise.
A SWC has a distinct, exposed, shoulder where the front driving band protrudes from the case. That shoulder cuts nice holes in target paper but sometimes causes feeding problems in some bullet/pistol combinations. A TC design will almost always feed & function in an auto pistol. If you have a pistol that’s just a little fussy with a SWC bullet profile, a TC design in the same weight is highly likely to function better and give the same accuracy.