Originally Posted by Tiro Fijo
Out of curiousity, did you mike only the base or farther up the bullet body as well? I ask with reason as perhaps DT is using some type of crimp setup that is squeezing down the bullet base as the .357 SIG is notorious for setback. Also, this might be a bullet vendor issue and DT does not know of it. Drop them a line.
Okay, I just slid the micrometer (mine this time) up and down the bullet and it was a consistent .352" along it's length. There wasn't a discernable cannelure, just an indentation and then resumption of diameter on the upside. Kinda looked like a mushroom.
Bottom line? It's undersized.