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  1. Hey guys, Some of you know my love for the 10 mm. I've got one and love it. I put it on a Rock River lower with a match trigger and a RRA Operator Stock. Mine has the new style magazines and I use the new style mag loader that Olympic offers. I have no problem with case swelling, even with my nuclear loads. Ideally the case swells in the chamber upon ignition and sticks in the chamber, then only starts to move as the pressure drops and voilà, no bulged brass. I'm sure it was "designed" to work with a standard AR-15 lower buffer/recoil spring and buffer right from Olympic. Mine works flawlessly. Note: Do not use Blazer Aluminum cases, I had a head seperation after running about 60 rounds through it. The section of the case that was remaining in the chamber came right out with a tip of a pen. I also have a Rock River LAR-9 and have Olympic .40 S&W and .45 ACP uppers on order. Need to get one of their 9 mm's to start looking at a .357 SIG also, and maybe just swap some parts with a newly chambered barrel. Aren't LEGO's for adults allot of fun? Regards, BM1
  2. I brought these in from a couple of older posts from the Smith & Wesson forum. The older style with the flat top/slab side slides are the stronger slides. I have shot many nuclear loads, hotter than the "Old Norma", NO Problems. Just wish I could get stronger mag springs, the stock springs feed fine, they just feel soft. It amazes me every time I bring it to the range. Bench rested at 50 ft. The picture speaks a thousand words. Regards, BM1 Well, Here we are a year later, I liked the Witness-P 10 m.m. full size so much that when I came across a .45 ACP compact, I had to have it. The 45 shoots equally as well as the 10 m.m., no problems to date, including my nuclear hand loads in both calibers. Note that these are the older ones that have the heavy slides (no cracking) and no equipment rail. Regards, BM1
  3. http://www.ar15armory.com/forums/Olympic-1...54#entry1909054 Regards, BM1
  4. Yep, "The_Shadow" has it right, that shows the "MSRP" I work "with" an FFL-07 Regards, BM1
  5. Hey guys, Some of you know my love for the 10 mm. I've got one and love it. I put it on a Rock River lower with a two stage trigger and a RRA Operator Stock. I have no problem with case swelling, even with my nuclear loads. Ideally the case swells in the chamber upon ignition and sticks in the chamber, then only starts to move as the pressure drops and voilà, no bulged brass. I'm sure it was "designed" to work with a standard AR-15 lower buffer/recoil spring and buffer right from Olympic. Mine works flawlessly. I also have a Rock River LAR-9 and have Olympic .40 S&W and .45 ACP uppers on order. Need to get one of their 9 mm's to start looking at a .357 SIG also with just swapping parts. Aren't LEGo's fun? Regards, BM1
  6. So, I forgot to mention, today I get out of the range and I'm standing at the counter and I get to talking to a well known to the store, "die-hard" Delta Elite guy. He asks "What were you shooting in there?"[the range] I tell him a 10 m.m. S&W. He seemed like he had a little attitude or wanted to say something, I don't know. He says to me "Oh, those big tanks, What did I do with it, where did it go?" So I tell him I'm carrying it. You should have seen the look on his face when I showed him this rig under a white T-shirt, that was the end of my side of the conversation: Regards, BM1
  7. Well, I had an incredible range day today. All I can say is SWEEEEEEET! Took the "CS-10" and and "1013" to my LGS, they have a 7 port - 75 foot indoor range. A good friend of mine works there. I was surprised to see the range was empty on a Sunday. Grabbed a box of 10 m.m. Federal 135 gr. BallistiClean Copper Bonded Flat Point ammo off of the shelf and also had a 100 rd. box of my reloaded 180 gr. ammo with me and put it all through both firearms. Also put the ambidextrous safety on it that I swapped from my CS-45, it makes racking the slide easier on your fingers. I started off with the heaviest spring that I had made to fit. The CS-40/10 recoil was quite comfortable with the Hogue grips and the thinned down Buffer Technologies buffer in it. First shot was with just one round chambered with an empty magazine to see if it would lock back, it did and did not throw the brass all that far. Everything cycled perfectly and the accuracy was as good as the 4013/1013 at 50 ft., I'm very happy/pleased. This target is the first target of the 4013/1013 taken mid-May just to show those that have not seen it. Today's were the same, the CS-10 printed about 1.50" low at 50 ft. Just the opposite of the target shown. I expected that being a substantially hotter round. I don't have the targets from today, I forgot them at the range, sorry. Now to go work on a Delrin grips to replace the Hogue's................. Regards, BM1
  8. Here is the latest, picked up a second CS-40 yesterday to do some testing. CNC re-bored the chamber to ANSI/SAAMI Spec for 10 m.m. Removed the spacer in the aft of the magazine, what a bear that was. Added a white 10 m.m. follower and a Buffer Technologies buffer, had to shave it a little to allow lock back on empty mag. Cut down the two samples of the test springs I received last week. Made an extended magazine with a Pro-Mag adapter from an 8 rd. 4506 mag, had to "tweak" the feed lips and modify the follower. I will be switching out the single sided safety to an ambidextrous safety/decocker with my other CS-40, I need it to get a grip on both sides to rack this "Pocket Rocket" Will try to get to the range next week. I will keep you informed, or you can follow here: http://smith-wessonforum.com/smith-wesson-...-magazines.html Regards, BM1
  9. Here is the latest information on the CS-40 to 10 m.m. conversion. I found some new heavy duty flat wire springs. http://smith-wessonforum.com/smith-wesson-...l#post136010563 Regards, BM1
  10. Reviving an old thread here. 4013, 4014, 4053 and 4054 single stacks to 10 m.m. YES, IT'S BEEN DONE ! http://smith-wessonforum.com/smith-wesson-...457-10-m-m.html Regards, BM1
  11. Hello Wade, I can't see my first post from back then. The forum says there is an error when I try to see my profile for posts. Can you give me the link? Thanks, BM1
  12. Hello everyone, I am new to this forum, this is my second post. I am primarily involved with the Smith and Wesson Forum. I have done quite a few conversion projects as you will see in the S&W posts. Some of the posts are quite extensive with the information in them. Just wanted to pass along the information that I have started production on SMITH and WESSON 10XX series Conversion Barrels. They are being made in .40 S&W and .357 SIG for both versions of the 10 m.m., the 5.00" (1006, 1026 and 1046) and the 4.25" (1066, 1076 and 1086) There are also a few special requests being made for .356 TSW, 9 m.m. X 23 Winchester, 9 X 25 Dillon and 10 m.m. Match. This is the first production run of 115 barrels total in both the the 9 and .40/10 m.m. bores, both 5.00" and 4.25". Quantities are limited, they are more than 70% spoken for. We will be looking at a second run if the interest keeps up and maybe more. Go to the Smith and Wesson forum post and your best bet is to contact (PM) me through that forum. http://smith-wessonforum.com/smith-wesson-...ig-barrels.html Regards, BM1
  13. Rainier's are cheaper at Midway. Rainier's at Midway Regards, BM1
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