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357 sig bullets

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by gopokes, Jun 22, 2012.

  1. gopokes

    gopokes New Member

    Hey guys, didn't want to dig up any old threads so I started a new one

    Looking at bullets for my Glock 357 sig. So far looking at Montana Gold, Rainier, Berry's, and Xtreme Bullets (formerly West Coast).

    What do you guys suggest
  2. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator

    Anything with a long shank will work.
  3. sellersm

    sellersm Well-Known Member

    357sig bullet choices:
    125gr Montana Gold FMJ or JHP
    115gr Nosler
    124gr & 147gr XTP
    124gr Berry's & Ranier
    125gr SierraJHC 124grLTC (cast)
    102gr Rem.GS
    124gr JHP Nosler (2nd most accurate) ;
    125 gr HAP(most accurate);
    124gr Rainier FP
    124gr HP Rainier
    147gr Rainier FP
    124gr FP Berrys
    124gr HBFP Berrys

    Your best bet/cheapest for full power 357sig loads is probably the Montana Gold. I'm happy w/ the Berry's or Ranier's @ 1300fps for practice ammo. Don't want to run the plated too fast or the accuracy will begin to suffer.
  4. jeffreybehr

    jeffreybehr Well-Known Member

    I use two 125s, the Barnes TAC-XP for PD loads and the Montana Gold JHP for practice.

    I'm so happy with both that I've both stopped looking for other bullets and bought lots of each, as in dozens of boxes of the Barnes from Cabela's when they were clearing their inventory and a case of 3750 of the MGs. I load the MGs almost as hot as the Barnes so that I'm practicing with what feels like the same loads.

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