HEAVY 10MM OUTDOORSMAN - 220 gr. Hard Cast - FN
(1,200 fps/ME 703 ft. lbs.)
20 Round Box
Item 21C (a 220gr. Hard Cast plain based LFN) is the absolute heaviest bullet that can be fired through 10MM pistols. With its flat nose, it will penetrate straight and very deeply into muscle and bone. Straight line penetration into living tissue will exceed three feet.
Please note below, my personal velocities taken from real pistols.
➤1140 fps - Glock model 20 4.6-inch barrel
➤1175 fps - Colt Delta Elite 5-inch barrel
➤1201 fps - Para Ordnance 1911 with Nowlin 5-inch barrel
Item 21C is designed for all 10mm pistols that are in ordinary working condition.
Item 21C - Exterior Ballistics Charts for several Muzzle Velocities
Muzzle Velocity @ 1500 fps for Item 21C
Muzzle Velocity @ 1400 fps for Item 21C
Muzzle Velocity @ 1300 fps for Item 21C
Muzzle Velocity @ 1200 fps for Item 21C
Muzzle Velocity @ 1100 fps for Item 21C
Muzzle Velocity @ 1000 fps for Item 21C
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Just put 40 rnds thru my glock 29 no problems at all. its a stout load but very manageable.all shots on target.mostly in the chest cavityi practice and carry this load im in the woods a lot up here in northern me.
Fired a couple mags of 21C out of my Smith&Wesson M&P 2.0 4.6%u201D barrel. I didn%u2019t have any loading issues or malfunctions. Very pleased with this ammo. I know there are a lot of videos of 220 grain ammo not loading or malfunctioning in a lot of 10mm weapons. This was flawless in my pistol M&P 4.6%u201D pistol.
Follow-up Review, tested in SigP220 Legion, Kriss-Vector 'pistol' with 6.5" barrel:
Very Consistently loaded for such hot ammo, the K-V and a SIG Romeo dot sight was dead on. My Son shot this in the P220 and did well with it. G20 with LWD long slide, LWD 6.6" barrel, 3.5 oz Seattle Slug Plug (fit in glock grip void) makes these and even 255gr 460 Rowland shoot like a breeze. I could shoot 10mm all day in that set up!
STILL 5 STARS, maybe even six? %uD83D%uDCAA%uD83D%uDC4D
Fired 40 rounds through my RIA 1911 A2 in 10mm. 5" barrel and i believe the stock recoil spring is 20lbs. Stout ammo, but nothing too dramatic thanks to the weight of the all steel frame. I didnt measure the groups, but at 10 and 15 yds these were grouping quite nicely. This was the first time i had fired the new 1911, so i was worrying more about the feeding/reliability of this, as well as some personal protection and range ammo. I have no doubt that the 220gr Outdoorsman bullet will get the job done in the back country.
Fired several magazines of 21C through a Glock 40 with a 22lb Glockmeister Recoil Spring and a longer KKM threaded barrel. No jams and had about a 3-4 inch group at 15 yards firing a little less than rapid but not slow. The recoil was a little less than the .45 Super Outdoorsman (45S255) that I use in my Glock 21. This is an extremely powerful round and while I would not substitute this for my revolver in a bear defense situation, I have no doubt that this ammo would drop any bear. providing you got the chance to defend yourself.
These did pretty good out of my G20C in factory trim, I am a novice shooter and got a 7" to 8" group of 15 at 10 yds. which I was pleased with, because it was rapid fire and such stout ammo. You better believe this is STOUT AMMO! I used an LWD 21# spring later, along with their 6.6" barrel, and the gun shot much better with every ammo, but I did not retest the 220gr yet. I am hoping for a much smaller group, especially if I slow down and reacquire the bullseye ;)
I'd say this is worth the money, but I have not tried the Underwood yet. 5* as a stand alone test!