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Discussion in 'TOP GUNS *357 Sig* Club' started by Giggity-Giggity, Oct 6, 2011.

  1. Giggity-Giggity

    Giggity-Giggity Giggity-Goo!!!

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    I'm now part of you...
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  2. NitLion

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    Welcome aboard!! you can't deny they are family but the G31 is the fairest of them all!!! Nice photos!
     

  3. clarkstoncz

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    Totally cool.

    what loads will you be putting through it and for carry?
     
  4. Giggity-Giggity

    Giggity-Giggity Giggity-Goo!!!

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    Thanks guys! I just have range ammo: Winchester White box FMJ 125 grain. I just got the gun. Any recommendations?
     
  5. purrrfect 10

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    Welcome and nice! Looks almost too pretty to shoot :)

    My G32 eats everything at the range, but Speer Lawman & Federal American Eagle seem to be a bit more on target (and cheaper).

    For SD, I carry this and really like it.
     
  7. Glockbuster

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    Welcome friend, the G31 and G32 are very fine and serious weapons. Your experience with 357 sig will be very nice, shoot it as often as you can. You´ll find a disproportionaly small recoil compared to the loud bang.
     
  8. clarkstoncz

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    The Gold Dot seems to be the top choice for LE, but many 357 Siggers..use the 125 grain Sierra
    as loaded by Cor-Bon and Double Tap as well.
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    Any 9mm bullet 80 grains or more @ 1,400 fps will leave an impression.

    Reportedly..Chinese and other Gangsters of the 30s and 40s were petrified of getting hit
    with a .30 Mauser bottle-neck round of that era.
     
  9. Glockbuster

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    I sincerely recommend Speer Gold Dot.
     
  10. jeffreybehr

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    ...for PD cartrdges?

    Speer GoldDots are excellent. I reload and use Barnes all-copper 125g. TAC-XPs loaded to about 1360 (at 10'). This is why.
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    I LOVE the 357SIG caliber; both my Glocks are so chambered, and my new 31G4 is the best-feeling pistol I've ever shot.
     
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  11. bac1023

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