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Which is the best platform for 357Sig?

  • Glock 32

    Votes: 10 45.5%
  • Glock 31

    Votes: 4 18.2%
  • Glock35 with 357Sig barrel

    Votes: 6 27.3%
  • Inferior copy of a Glock

    Votes: 2 9.1%
  • a rock or lead pipe

    Votes: 2 9.1%

357Sig lives!

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Between lockdowns and material shortages, availability of my favorite auto loading round has taken a hit, but it still reigns as Champ!

Clearly, Glock remains the best and only platform for this awesome round! Any other platform is merely a poor copy of the real thing.

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If you want a Hammer Fired aluminum framed handgun I would look into the SIG Sauer P229 or if a polymer frame gun is your preference Heckler & Koch USP Compact or P2000
If it has to be a Striker Fired Polymer framed Glock I would snatch up a G22 or G23 & get a 357 SIG Barrel for it

Sold a USP357C in 2003 & have missed it ever since, So I am going to just make one being they bring a premium on the used market in todays world = factory Hk USP357c barrel in one of my USP40Cs

Saw a Hk P2000 357 SIG sell last night on Gunbroker for $1836.11
Here----> Heckler & Koch HK P2000 V3 357 Sig / 40 S&W - 2 Barrels & 4 Mags

Could have bought one just like it earlier this month for $650
Kicking myself for letting that get away DARN

Inferior Copy of a Glock would be your Opinion
I didn't choose on your poll because of that statement

Never had a Glock 357 SIG but have had the Hk USP357c & SIG Sauer P229

Who designed the 357 SIG = SIG
Who designed the 40 S&W = S&W
Who designed the 45 GAP = Glock

The 357 SIG Round SCREEMS It's like shooting +P+ 9mm all the time

Good Luck in your Quest

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Discussion Starter · #6 · (Edited)
I didn't choose on your poll because of that statement.
FWIW, I was just poking fun. 😉
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