.357 sig information

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  1. Engineskip

    Engineskip
    Arizona
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    am condinplating investing in a conversion kit for a P250 in .357 SIG. does anyone have any advice or experience with the round? reloading , etc ...
     
  2. MarkAd

    MarkAd
    Port Orchard
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    It is a interetsing roiund, bacisally a necked down 40, the brass is not as common but not hard to find. 'it is pricey to shoot if you do not reload for it.
     
  3. gehrheart

    gehrheart
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    Being a bottle neck case it would be a little harder, rather more time consuming, to reload for then a std straight wall case like the 10mm or such.
     
  4. Morpheus

    Morpheus
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    I shot a P250 with 40 S&W, I would imagine that .357 Sig would make it even more punchy overall. I wouldn't really recommend it. It is higher pressure than a 40 S&W and more expensive.

    But, maybe you will like.
     

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