Handgun hunters and 1911 aficionados rejoice—Springfield Armory has introduced their Ronin 1911 chambered in 10mm Auto.
Federal’s popular Fusion Handgun delivers the accuracy and terminal performance handgun hunters need. Now, the design carries even more power with the new 10mm Auto load. Its 200-grain bullet and 1,200 fps muzzle velocity take full advantage of the cartridge, with more energy and better terminal performance on impact.
Ruger has acknowledged the resurgence of the 10 mm Auto cartridge in a variety of platforms and now accommodates in a large-frame double-action revolver synonymous with “thumper” cartridges such as .44 Magnum—the Super Redhawk (SRH). This newest SRH iteration provides a fluted cylinder chambered for 10mm Auto and designed to accomodate full-moon clips.
When it comes to handgun hunting, there is only one factory-loaded semi-auto cartridge that Keith Wood considers a serious contender for use on deer-sized big game: 10mm Auto. Federal Premium set out to develop a 10mm projectile that would penetrate deeply, expand reliably and retain a significant portion of its weight to maintain terminal momentum. How did it stack up afield? Read on to find out.
Kimber is one of the big dogs in 1911 handguns, and when the company mated its 5-inch 1911 with a Trijicon RMR red-dot sight, the resulting KHX Custom (OI) turned out to be an excellent hunting handgun when chambered in 10mm Auto.