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Old 10-16-2010, 04:10 AM   #11
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O.K. I,ll have to load some 10mm, cause I can't find them in the store.
Might take a little longer for a range report!
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You have plenty of time, the thread is three years old.
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No, I must do this soon, ihis question has been bothering me for a long time now
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I am looking forward to it.
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I would be interested in those results myself.
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I have a 357 sig in a model 229 sig. I can cast bullets for it now which is not easy. You can shot cast bullets in a sig pistol.

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just a note, I have had a hard time finding 357 Sig ammo at a decent price but I recently found a good price and in stock at LuckyGunner
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O.K. I,ll have to load some 10mm, cause I can't find them in the store.
Might take a little longer for a range report!
did you ever get to that range report? I read this and became very interested but saw no range report was ever listed.
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I realize this thread has been necroposted but the 357 Sig can be nearly as effective as the 357 Magnum, it just depends on the loads. The 357 Mag will always beat the 357 Sig in flexibility because you don't have to worry about cycling and possibly damaging a semiauto - where a thick framed revolver can take more abuse.

But the semiauto loads can get real close and will be softer shooting than a revolver due to some of the recoil being used to reload and cock the action. Either is a fine choice, get both!
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I have had a Glock 31 for many years and i wouldnt trade it for anything.. Its a beast!
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