Does the .357 Magnum 125 gr JHP need to exist? Or is it a solution seeking a problem; an answer to a question that no one asked? After all, it's just a faster .38 Special anyway. And we already have other rounds in 9mm/.38, plus .44s and .45s in various weights and loadings. Isn't that enough?
That's what the anti-357 SIG arguments sound like to me.
If the most commonly encountered anti-357 SIG arguments are true then is it fair to say the .357 Magnum 125 gr JHP goes down in history as a solution to a non-problem?
Few cops in the 20th Century believed that.
Now, does the .40 S&W need to exist? I don't see.....