Here is the first target from the first firing of this new Tanfoglio/EAA 10mm pistol. It is quite the death ray. Not an unusual amount of recoil; it's a big, full-size gun with no "alloys" or light-weight material. It is all steel. The 10mm variety has 14-rd magazines.
I fired 100 rounds and had five failures-to-feed. No other stoppages. I used 180-gr FMJ by Remington/UMC and another smaller brand, um... shouldn't have thrown away the box. No problem. Even the best pistols sometimes have a break-in period. Time will tell.
I shoot this gun better than most any I have ever used. I used Roberta's 38-super in February and I just thought it was outstanding, so I made up my mind to get one for myself at the gun show in Dulles this weekend. They didn't have a 38-super, but no problem, you can buy slide/spring/barrel kits for 38-super and 9mm. And for .40 S&W a drop-in barrel is all that's needed. So I'm looking into converting it to all three calibers. That might be interesting.