Jacketed. RMR has several .355 bullets with a short nose (what the 357 SIG requires), and they are low cost. Hard to beat for the money.
Zero 185 JHP. http://www.rozedist.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=RZD&Category_Code=ZBJ-45ACP
Considered by many bullseye...
Here's what I recorded with Alliant's max load of 18.6 grains of 300MP and Speer JHP bullets in a Ruger Blackhawk 6.5" barrel: 1373 fps.
I don't have a favorite, yet. I'm in the testing phase. Could be a while.
This argument doesn't hold water. The same could be said of the 357 Magnum, since they use the same bullet weights.
Slow powders like H110/296...
what powder are you using?
Speak louder. I can't hear you.
Yes. On a Dillon 650. Primers are loud! Crap happens.
9mm is more powerful than 38 Special by a significant margin.
Speer lists 14.8 gr with their 158 gr jacketed/plated bullets....
Fiocchi also sells lead-free small pistol primers as a component, and can be found at Graf's and other places.
I suspect that is what he means by...
What bullet weight did you use?
You could buy a 100 coated and see how they do.
Trey Veston thanks for wasting peoples' time.
I'm a bit confused. Are you saying the 357 magnum won't make 1400 from a 4" barrel with a 125 grain bullet?
The grip angle complaint is not made up. It does not fit me. When using a natural point, the Glock points high for me.
I know other folks who...
I did not realize there were published ballistics for 38 Super Comp. Can you direct me to them? Thanks.
This is completely wrong.
The 38 Super Comp is a rimless version of the 38 Super. It is a straight-walled case....
First, the cases are different. The 38 Super is straight-walled and the 9mm Largo is tapered. The Largo case is rimless and marginally longer....
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