10mm Auto has intrigued me for quite some time. Folks that love it, loaded to its full power potential, make it sound like it is handcrafted by Artemis herself and capable of slaying the orneriest Tyrannosaurus with a single well placed shot. With such a reputation, it was only a matter of time before curiosity got the better of me and I decided to take the plunge and buy the parts required to convert my Glock 21 to work with the 10mm cartridge.
I’ve slowly come to the realization that Barnes TAC-XP bullets consistently test well for me in all calibers. For my freshman outing with 10mm, I decided to start with something that I was confident would perform as expected. The DoubleTap Tactical 10mm load features the Barnes TAC-XP bullet in the lighter 125 grain weight. Other ammunition makers choose the 155 grain version of the TAC-XP bullet for their 10mm loads.