Originally Posted by Bluescot
I was lining up some 9mm brass to do a run of reloading for them and remembered that I didn't think I had much in the way of bullets for the 9mm.
I looked in the closet and found ... a Speer Gold Dot 357 Sig 125g. .355 box #3994.
Question: Why the 357Sig designation on a .355 bullet? Marketing ??
I read 2 question there.
1. The 357SIG uses bullets that are the same diameter as 9mm bullets--0.355" or 0.3555". It does NOT use 0.357"-diameter bullets, and that's why it's incorrect to label it .357SIG
as some do. (I tell people that the 357SIG cartridge could have been correctly named the 9mm SuperMag
2. Speer labeled that 125g. bullet for the 357SIG because it's the 6-petal version that's built for the higher velocity of the 357SIG...I believe
An EDC S&W M&P 357SIG. Ten Glocks sold. NRA life member.
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