IF you where going to pick one for conceal carry, woods carry while hunting/hiking which one would you choose and why? Out of these 2 calibers the only one i have not shot is the .357sig.
I hear ya on the .357 Magnum, I just like the idea of a little more capacity. The Glock 29 is 10+1 & now Pearce makes +2 for the Glock 20/29. Glock 32(.357Sig) is 13+1. I'm definitely not a revolver hater, its just a capacity thing. ::thumb:.357 Magnum (revolver) is not on the list so I won't respond to this thread.
Revolvers remain an excellent option for woods/hunting/hiking - which is what I carry - but they are not an option so I will not give my opinion on the best all around carry gun for my needs.....
Which is a .357 Magnum revolver.
I came across this video, would you agree with him about the .357sig?357SIG is really nothing more than +P+ 9mm.
Bullet selection is kind of limited too. Most 9mm bullets arent the right shape for the weight. I used to reload for it, and bullet selection was limited and usually more expensive.
357SIG was basically designed to mimic one 357MAG loading, the 125 grain load that was so popular when the revolver was still king. It comes pretty close to that. Beyond that, its pretty limited.