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Old 09-08-2012, 01:22 AM   #1
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What round would prefer? 357 sig or 40 s&w
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Old 09-08-2012, 01:36 AM   #2
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What round would prefer? 357 sig or 40 s&w
It's a horse a piece. They're about equal in performance. I'd go with the 40 cause it's a straight walled case and easier to reload. But if you prefer the Sig, then go for it.

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.357 it's easier to handle the recoil on follow up shots IMO.
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You can buy 40 s&w in most sporting goods stores these days. 357 sig not so much.
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Cost of ammo and availability made my choice for me...40S&W is my choice. I reload several calibers, and prefer to stay away from the bottle neck pistol calibers. I will say, though, that for reliable feeding, the .357 Sig is a great round. And since I like to play with various calibers, I do have an aftermarket .357 Sig barrel for my G27. I try and buy ammo when I see it available, at a descent price. I do not carry .357 Sig as my ammo of choice, however. The local police all carry .40S&W and so do I...when I am not armed with my G36 that is!!
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Cost of ammo and availability made my choice for me...40S&W is my choice. I reload several calibers, and prefer to stay away from the bottle neck pistol calibers. I will say, though, that for reliable feeding, the .357 Sig is a great round. And since I like to play with various calibers, I do have an aftermarket .357 Sig barrel for my G27. I try and buy ammo when I see it available, at a descent price. I do not carry .357 Sig as my ammo of choice, however. The local police all carry .40S&W and so do I...when I am not armed with my G36 that is!!
Do you feel much difference in recoil, between 357Sig and 40 S&W in the G27? I've been thinking a barrel would be a inexpensive way to try the round out. Thanks
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I don't notice much change in recoil between the two calibers. Probably a little more snap and twist from the .40...357 Sig just more push I think. Never shoot both at the same time so I don't really pay that close attention.
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Is .40 a NATO round? Just curious.
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I do not believe so..but I am no expert. I googled your question and found a list of NATO approved rounds, and .40S&W was not on the list. Here is a link to PDF documents I found:http://www.dtic.mil/ndia/2011smallarms/WednesdayInter12315Pellegrino.pdf

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And there you have it.
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