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I was searching online for some me 357Sig. I found most places that have them in stock are $70-80 for 50 rounds of practice ammo. Those that sold them for $50 or less are out of stock. I bought 1000 rounds a few years ago for $380 and it was considered foolish by most.
 

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Even with ammo coming back in stock, I seldom see the "boutique" calibers on the LGS shelf. I'm reloading .327, 38/357, .41 .44 spl and .44 magnum. You can get some around 60 cents per online. The only .327 mag showing is Underwood for $1.88 per round.

 

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I have one lol, but have yet to get 357Sig dies
Well if you have reloading setup & primers, get some dies & get to it. I load 357sig for 1/2c per round more than 9mm.
 

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Great round but was never cost effective IMO best thing you could do was get the conversion barrel to practice with 9mm and carry the .357 Sig.
Or even a .40 S&W barrel. Prices on it are going down, fairly quickly.
 
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Or even a .40 S&W barrel. Prices on it are going down, fairly quickly.
When i had my glock 23 2nd Gen the 9mm and ,40 prices were $2 difference a box $11($10.97) for 9mm $13($12.97) for .40 when I got rid of the double stack Glocks from my lineup I sold all the .40 S&W I had acquired with it about 350 Rds....it was at that time going for $16-17 a box....I let it go for what I bought it for $12.97 a box ;) ..no gouging here..;)
 

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Even with ammo coming back in stock, I seldom see the "boutique" calibers on the LGS shelf. I'm reloading .327, 38/357, .41 .44 spl and .44 magnum. You can get some around 60 cents per online. The only .327 mag showing is Underwood for $1.88 per round.

I got some at a gunshow a couple weeks ago under a buck a round for underwood , and picked up a 50 round box of corbon for 16.00 👍🏼
 

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Great round but was never cost effective IMO best thing you could do was get the conversion barrel to practice with 9mm and carry the .357 Sig.
Yeah, don't practice with even the caliber you carry, let alone the exact ammo. :rolleyes:
 

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Yeah, don't practice with even the caliber you carry, let alone the exact ammo. :rolleyes:
Not at that price..same reason when .40S&W went from being 1-2 bucks more than 9MM it shot up almost overnight to a $1-2 bucks less than .45ACP..so I was practicing with 9MM LW conversion barrel and 9mm instead of .40 to save about $5-7 a box well worth it.
 

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I was searching online for some me 357Sig. I found most places that have them in stock are $70-80 for 50 rounds of practice ammo. Those that sold them for $50 or less are out of stock. I bought 1000 rounds a few years ago for $380 and it was considered foolish by most.
Try this place….they’re local to me load their own ammo. I buy all my ammo from them and never a malfunction. Great guys and small family owned. I just picked up 400 rounds of 9mm from them today.

 

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When i had my glock 23 2nd Gen the 9mm and ,40 prices were $2 difference a box $11($10.97) for 9mm $13($12.97) for .40 when I got rid of the double stack Glocks from my lineup I sold all the .40 S&W I had acquired with it about 350 Rds....it was at that time going for $16-17 a box....I let it go for what I bought it for $12.97 a box ;) ..no gouging here..;)
Koodos but why did you have any ammo left?;)
 

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When i had my glock 23 2nd Gen the 9mm and ,40 prices were $2 difference a box $11($10.97) for 9mm $13($12.97) for .40 when I got rid of the double stack Glocks from my lineup I sold all the .40 S&W I had acquired with it about 350 Rds....it was at that time going for $16-17 a box....I let it go for what I bought it for $12.97 a box ;) ..no gouging here..;)
Have a '69 hemi roadrunner for sale? :)
 
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