We all know how revered (rightfully or not) the 357 magnum is as a revolver cartridge. It is known well for its "stopping power" and lethality. I myself am a fan of the round because the wheelgun is my prefered modus operandi and it offers me peace of mind and plinkability with the 38spc. When searching around about 357 lever actions, i notice the tune suddenly changes, and it seems a consensus among some lever enthusiasts is that the round is too weak. How could this be possible? Especially with. 40% higher velocity than can be had with a long barreled revolver? Wouldnt this gun get the job done to 100 yards against any target up to and including a man? Im just bored and thought this interesting.