ammunition is a high-powered cartridge that was developed in the 1980s for use
by law enforcement agencies. It was designed to provide more stopping power
than the 9mm cartridge and was originally intended to be a replacement for the
.45 ACP round. The 10mm cartridge has a bullet diameter of 10.16mm, which is
larger than the 9mm and .45 ACP rounds. This results in a heavier bullet with
more energy, making it an effective choice for self-defense and hunting.
One of the
main advantages of the 10mm ammunition is its stopping power. The cartridge can
deliver a bullet at velocities of up to 1,400 feet per second and has a muzzle
energy of around 650 foot-pounds. This makes it a popular choice for
self-defense, as it can deliver a powerful blow that can stop an attacker in
their tracks. Additionally, the 10mm ammunition is a popular choice for
hunting, as it can take down medium to large-sized game with ease.