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Old 07-03-2008, 12:42 AM   #11
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The only problem I have with the 357sig is it being a bottled necked cartridge . I'm a reloader and especially with auto pistols like to shoot them a lot. With a bottled necked cartridge you can't use a carbide die which means that you have to lube all your cartridges before you can size them. Not a big deal if you have the time. I think a 40 can do anything a 357sig can do and if I feel I really need 357mag ballistics why that it what i'll use. Didn't NAA have a small pistol that used a 25 bullet in a 32 necked down case or was it a 32 bullet in a 380 case. I don't remember which. The 357 sig is a fine round but enters a crowded field. CD

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Old 07-03-2008, 01:59 AM   #12
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Yes, NAA has a cartridge the uses a .25 bullet in a .32 case the .25naa-and a .32 bullet in a .380 case the .32naa

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