Forgive me if this has been covered, I can't find this in a search.
If I understand correctly, the long loaded 357SIG has a standard case length and the bullet is seated out for a longer OAL, and the 9X25 Dillon essentially a 10MM necked down to take a 9MM bullet. Is the case shoulder and neck of the 9X25 the same as the SIG's? I had the idea of reaming a 357SIG chamber .120" deeper to make it the same OAL as a 10MM and shooting it from my G20L. Is there anywhere that has dimentional drawings of the 9X25?
Thanks for any help, Bullit Bill
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