I've been intrigued with the 357 SIG round for a long time. Unfortunately I've never had the opportunity to shoot the round. My glock shooting history consists of a 23 I had, my current 19 and a former co workers 20. I know I'm not a fan of 40, I find I snappy. I know 357 is a 40 casing necked down for a 9mm bullet. So recoil wise what category do the Glock 357's fall into. Pop like 9mm, snap like 40 or a push like 45? I've ran across some decent deals in the past on a Glock 32 and 33, but due to local ammo costs I strayed away. Winchester white box is like 30 bucks for 50 rounds at walmart. I've recently heard about underwood ammo and there prices are pretty reasonable on many calibers. 357 sig is about 17 bucks a box. Another thing that intrigues me about the 357 models is that you can convert them. Sooo folks, tell me about yours. A.J.