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a good 357sig jacketed bullet?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by shu, Nov 21, 2006.

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  1. shu

    shu Member

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    Well, I've had done with plated bullets in 357sig for my Glock 31.
    Been thru West Coast, Rainiers, Berrys. They seem to scatter
    at trans-sonic speeds. OK for low speed 9mm, but not 357sig.

    (Maybe your experience is different, but that's mine.)

    For 45acp and 45colt I'm moving from plated to hardcast
    (oregon train). but don't want to do that in a high pressure
    cartridge (and glock).

    anyhow, looking for an inexpensive jacketed bullet with a proper
    profile for 357sig (truncated cone on cylinder; not ogive) and
    a good recommendation for accuracy in glock 31
     
  2. shooterwolf

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    montana gold bullets makes a good 125 grn .357 sig fmj.go to their website for more info.
     
  3. Dave P

    Dave P Member

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    Not FMJ, but Speer gold dots are top drawer stuff.
     
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