10MM Chamber Support:Colt:Ruger:Para:Kimber:Springfield:Sig Sauer:STI

| November 30, 2019 | 1 Comments

After making the first video of 10MM chamber support https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2AN5v7AjyI&t=34s
There was a lot of questions and request for additional pistols included. After two years unfortunately I was able borrow a few pistols to fulfill the request. Your request do not fall on deaf ears and I do try to answer all of the questions.

I want to thank all of my friends for loaning me these pistols to do this evaluation. Though I might be getting the short end of the stick as I do return all pistols cleaned no matter if I fired them or not.?

By the way you are going to want to stick around to the very endprobably the least expected winner and ending!!!!!!

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  1. Kenneth says:

    Thank you for a great video. I am considering buying a Colt Delta Elite and I found it very informative and I was a little surprised that the Ruger has less support than the Delta Elite.

    I have been frequenting various forums trying to figure out about the whole chamber support issue with the Delta Elite and hot loads. My conclusion so far is that so long you use quality ammunition with good brass that are within SAAMI spec, there is no problem using hot loads in the DE. But every time I mention this, I get shot down with that only applies for virgin brass and that using the case for reloading will cause the pistol to disintegrate because of the weak spot on the brass.

    Would you be interested in making another video where you shoot Buffalo Bore trough the Ruger, Colt and Kimber, reloading the same case that was used in the same gun with a reload that was as equal to the Buffalo Bore, so you could get to see how many reloads that you could get out of the different brass from different pistols. Would be nice to have a video that could confirm or not if the partial chamber support was a valid concern for the 10mm shooter.

    I know you said that you are done with chamber support videos, but I am curios if you would consider making a new one.

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