With the modern +P and +P+ loads available for the 9mm, I don't see the need nor any benefit in the .357 Sig over the 9mm.
The cost of the .357 Sig alone is a major turn off and I'm willing to bet there isn't enough of a difference in the real world in terminal effectiveness between the 9mm +P+ Winchester 127 grain and the hottest 125 grain JHP loads in the .357 Sig.
Anyone want to put forth any real credible data to prove this one way or another?
I'd be willing to be the difference isn't as large as the .357 Sig fan boys would like to think it is.
When we do hit it we hit it out of the park and send it over to China as quickly as possible to cheapen it and sell it.
Last edited by NEOH212; 10-15-2012 at 03:26..