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Old 11-13-2011, 22:48   #1
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357Sig reloading?'s

I bought a glock 32 the other day and want to reload for it. I already reload for 9mm and 40s&w. My question is what bullets do i use for plinking, do i use 9mm bullets or use bullets designed for the 357sig.. Any sources for bullets. Also would like some hollow points .
thanks for any and all help
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Old 11-14-2011, 01:28   #2
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You can use any 9mm bullet that has a truncated cone profile. Bullets I have succesfully used are:
124gr & 147gr XTP
124gr JHP by MG
124grFMJ (357sig) by MG
115gr Nosler JHP
124gr FP Berry's
124gr FP & HP Ranier
124gr FP Precision Black
Any 88gr-102gr 380 bullet
124gr cast LTC
135gr cast LHP
Of course any bullet specificaly designed for the 357sig will work. Just keep in mind that the bullet needs a straight bearing surface & short nose to fit most guns like the G32.
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