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Offline jameslovesjammie

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Re: Dan Wesson Bruin Bronze 10mm
« Reply #15 on: December 21, 2016, 08:51:29 AM »
I know the feeling, especially when I start thinking about everything I would need to start loading 10mm...

Anytime you step up to a "magnum" cartridge...reloading will save you a boat load of money.  If you have been keeping your brass, you could load maximum pressure JHP loads with top quality components for under $12.50 a box.  If you were to use a coated lead bullet, you could get the cost down to under $8.00/50 rounds.

A $45 set of Hornady dies would do the trick.

Let that sink in for a few minutes.

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Re: Dan Wesson Bruin Bronze 10mm
« Reply #16 on: December 21, 2016, 10:26:07 PM »
And now I see the 2017 line up that has the Fury in it. 14+1 of 10mm in an 1911 with a Trij RMR on it?  Sign me up if not for the $4k+ price tag.

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Re: Dan Wesson Bruin Bronze 10mm
« Reply #17 on: March 16, 2017, 09:22:23 AM »
I know the feeling, especially when I start thinking about everything I would need to start loading 10mm...

Anytime you step up to a "magnum" cartridge...reloading will save you a boat load of money.  If you have been keeping your brass, you could load maximum pressure JHP loads with top quality components for under $12.50 a box.  If you were to use a coated lead bullet, you could get the cost down to under $8.00/50 rounds.

A $45 set of Hornady dies would do the trick.

Let that sink in for a few minutes.

This really is true.  I could not afford to shoot 10mm if I didn't reload for it.  10mm and .45 reloading saves huge amounts of money over buying commercial ammo.  Well, it really doesn't save money, but lets me shoot a whole lot more for the same money.  If you shoot a bunch of 10mm, the price difference will pay for a Dillon 550 pretty quickly.

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Re: Dan Wesson Bruin Bronze 10mm
« Reply #18 on: June 04, 2017, 01:33:23 AM »
Jeez that 1911 is nice. Love the bronze color too!

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Re: Dan Wesson Bruin Bronze 10mm
« Reply #19 on: June 19, 2017, 01:48:40 PM »
How does the Bruin compare to the Sig 220 Elite in 10mm? Recoil? accuracy? overall?

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Re: Dan Wesson Bruin Bronze 10mm
« Reply #20 on: June 19, 2017, 08:53:57 PM »
I have never shot a Sig P220 in any caliber.

I do have a Sig P226 Legion in .40 S&W/.357 SIG (swappable barrels).

The long slide of the Bruin give it more mass so recoil is less compared to the P226 in .357 SIG when shooting range FMJ ammo. 

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Re: Dan Wesson Bruin Bronze 10mm
« Reply #21 on: July 17, 2017, 08:34:08 AM »
Sweet! Thxs for sharing:)

 

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