With ammo being so scarce, we take a look at a round that’s is often overlooked: the .357 Sig. We give a brief history and fire a few rounds into ballistics gel…and McRib sandwiches.
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Why choose get both. My 357 sig kicks harder and throws out a bigger flame than my 10mm. The 10mm has more mass and a 6in barrel vs the 357 sig that only has a 4in barrel. To bad i lost them both in a boating accident.
The thing that hurt 357sig was price of ammo and wasn’t available all the time. It has more muzzle velocity than 9mm, .40 s&w, and 45acp. Shoots flatter, which gives it greater ranges, and penetrates better (maybe over does it).