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Inexpensive 357 sig ammo

Discussion in 'TOP GUNS *357 Sig* Club' started by Bushido5150, Sep 15, 2009.

  1. Bushido5150

    Bushido5150

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    I have just purchased my first Glock 32 in 357sig, and I am having trouble finding ammunition that isn't for self defense or expensive. Does any manufacture make a target round?
     
  2. NitLion

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    These days, it seems most rounds are hard to find and expensive.... try to locate .380 ammo these days and , if you do, the price will take your breathe away :wow: For a long while, I could walk into Walmart and buy .357 Sig while they were out of 9mm and .45.....
    Here are a few options for you:

    http://georgia-arms.com/357sig.aspx

    http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/AMM310-5.html

    http://www.cabelas.com/p-0065925216784a.shtml

    Here's a partial list of what's out there:

    1.) American Eagle - 125g - FMJ
    2.) Buffalo Bore - 125g - FMJ
    3.) Buffalo Bore - 125g - JHC
    **4.) CCI Speer Blazer - 125g - TMJ
    5.) CCI Speer Lawman -125g - TMJ
    6.) CCI Speer Gold Dot - 125g - GDHP
    7.) Collins Cartridge Co. - 125g - FMJ
    8.) Corbon - 115g - JHP
    9.) Corbon - 125g - JHP
    10.) Corbon DPX- 125g - DPX
    11.) Corbon Pow'R Ball - 100gr - PB
    **12.) Corbon BeeSafe - 91g - BS
    **13.) CNC Cartridge - 124g - FMJ
    **14.) CNC Cartridge - 124g - JHP
    **15.) CNC Cartridge - 102g golden sabre - JHP
    16.) DFA - 85g - Nylon ( lead free )
    17.) Double Tap - 125g - JHP
    18.) Double Tap - 125g - FMJ
    19.) Double Tap - 115g - JHP
    20.) Double Tap - 147g - JHP
    21.) Double Tap - 147g - FMJ
    22.) Extreme Shock Air Freedom - 85gr - AF
    23.) Extreme Shock Enhanced Penetration - 115g -frangible
    24.) Extreme Shock - 90g - FFJHP
    25.) Extreme Shock - 124g - FFJHP
    26.) Federal - 125g - FMJ
    27.) Federal - 125g - JHP
    **28.) Federal - 150g - JHP
    29.) Federal - 110g - CC BallistiClean
    30.) Federal - 125g - HSTJHP
    31.) Fiocchi - 124g - FMJ
    32.) Glaser - Blue - 80g - Safety Slug
    33.) Glaser - Silver - 80g - Safety Slug
    34.) Georgia Arms - 125g - FMJ
    35.) Georgia Arms - 125g - GDHP
    36.) Hornady - 124g - JHP
    37.) Hornady - 147g - JHP
    **38.) Lancer Custom - 125g - FMJ
    **39.) Lancer Custom - 125g - XTP
    **40.) Lancer Custom - 125g - JHP
    41.) Magsafe Ammo,inc. - 64g - Defender
    42.) Maine Cartridge Company - 147g - JHP
    43.) Master Cartridge - 125g - FMJ (RL)
    44.) Miwall - 124g - TMJ (RL)
    45.) PMC - 124g - FMJ
    46.) PMC Starfire - 125g - JHP
    47.) Precision Ammunition - 125g - JHP
    48.) Precision Cartridge, Inc - 125g - FMJ
    **49.) Pro-Load - 125g - JHP
    50.) Reeds's Ammo & Research - 90g - XTP
    51.) Reeds's Ammo & Research - 115g - XTP
    52.) Reeds's Ammo & Research - 124g - XTP
    53.) Reeds's Ammo & Research - 147g - XTP
    54.) Reed's Ammo & research - 124g - Gold Sabre
    55.) Remington - 125g - JHP
    **56.) Remington Gold Sabre - 125g - BJHP
    57.) Sellier& Belliot - 140g - FMJ
    **58.) Triton - 115g - JHP
    **59.) Triton - 125g - JHP
    **60.) Triton - 135g - JHP
    61.) Ultramax - 125g - FMJ (RL)
    62.) UMC - 125g - FMJ
    63.) UMC - 125g - JHP
    64.) Underwood Ammunition - 124g - HP (RL)
    **65.) Wagner Acuswage - 125g - TMJ
    66.) Winchester - 125g - FMJ
    67.) Winchester - 125g - JHP
    68.) Winchester - WinClean - 125g - BEB
    69.) Winchester Ranger - 125g - SXT
    70.) Winchester Ranger - 125g - BJHP

    ** - no longer manufactured
     
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  3. Bushido5150

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    wow!! thank you for that very informative response. that pretty much answers my question completely. thanks again
     
  4. DLebowski

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    I've been shooting the Georgia Arms "Canned Heat" in my G32. Fair price and good quality. I'll reorder when I run out.
     
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    nolt DONT PANIC!

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    yeah thx for that. ive been scrounging locally but will prolly give the canned heat a try as well.
     
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    Does all Georgia Arms offer is Frangible ammo?
     
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    Don't some people have problems with hard primers and the canned heat?
     
  12. Chowser

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    I never had issues with the canned heat. When I first got into .357SIG, that was where I bought my ammo. I was shooting it in all my .357 pistols with no problems (HK USP Compact, HK P2000, Glock 32, Glock 33)

    I shot it for two years before I finally got my department to start supplying my ammo. Now I've been shooting Ultramax with no issues either.
    It's been 6 years shooting Ultramax .357 ammo and we have not had one primer fail on us. I can't say the same about the Speer 9mm or Federal 380 ammo we have on hand.