c) Few loading issues. The neck-down design prevents most loading issues.
How do you figure?
The forum comments I've read about reloading .357Sig seem to fall into 2 camps: people who say it's a PITA due to problems seating bullets in the bottleneck cases, and others who argue that this is a non-issue and it's no more difficult to handload than a straight-walled pistol cartridge.
I think this is the first time I've seen someone imply that .357Sig is actually easier
. Please elaborate.