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Old December 13, 2001, 07:23 PM   #1
jtduncan
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357 SIG and Montana Gold Bullets (115/125)?

Can you use the Montana Gold 115 JHPs for 357 sig?

They also make some 125 grain FMJ specifically for the 357 sig round.

But I've also got a couple thousand 115 grain JHP bullets by Montana Gold waiting to be loaded.

Shoot a good amount of 9mm in my Glock 34, Glock 26 and my Kel Tec Sub-9 carbine.

I'll get my Lee 357 SIG dies on Monday.

Light crimp? Crimp setting or measurement?

What OAL?

Accuracy?

Recipes?
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