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Discussion in 'TOP GUNS *357 Sig* Club' started by Giggity-Giggity, Oct 6, 2011.
I'm now part of you...
The rest of the family:
Glad to be here!
Welcome aboard!! you can't deny they are family but the G31 is the fairest of them all!!! Nice photos!
what loads will you be putting through it and for carry?
Thanks guys! I just have range ammo: Winchester White box FMJ 125 grain. I just got the gun. Any recommendations?
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.
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.
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.
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.
I sincerely recommend Speer Gold Dot.
...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.
I LOVE the 357SIG caliber; both my Glocks are so chambered, and my new 31G4 is the best-feeling pistol I've ever shot.