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Discussion in 'GATE Self-Defense Forum' started by Java, May 22, 2011.
What is a good load for a Glock 32. And what is a good choice a 40 or a Sig 357 or a Glock 30.
Lotsa good stuff out there.
I use 125 grain full speed in .357 SIG, usually Speer Gold Dot or Remington Golden Saber bonded. In .40 S&W, Winchester Ranger 165 grain, full power 165 grain Gold Dot, or 155 grain Silvertip JHPs are my personal choice. In the Glock 30, I most often carry 230 grain Winchester Ranger T
Thanks for your advice but what is better the 23 or the 32. I have a 30 carry in the winter time I don't think there are many 357 sigs calibers without ordering here in Indiana more of the 40 caliber.
Depends on your perceived needs, but insofar as the two calibers you mention, I find myself carrying the .357 SIG somewhat more often than the .40 S&Wwhen at home base with stockpiled ammo readily available. When on the road, the wider availability of spare ammo nationwide tilts me more toward the .40.