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Old November 19, 2012, 02:43 AM   #38
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i heard of folks experimenting with hi-power carbines in 40 S&W and getting 357sig bull bbls. for them, that might be the route to go if you want a carbine in 357sig.

FYI for you folks out there, the main reason 357sig is more expensive than 9mm Para, even though it is the same size bullet, the 357sig bullet is more robustly built to handle the greater velocities without fragmenting, just putting it out there cuz i see so many 357sig vs. 9mm +P+ threads.
Rugers:SR1911 CMD,MK 3 .22lr 6",Sec. Six '76 liberty .357 4",SRH .480 Ruger 7.5",Mini-14 188 5.56/.233 18.5", Marlins: 795 .22lr 16.5",30aw 30-30 20",Mossberg:Mav. 88 Tact. 12 ga, 18.5",ATR 100 .270 Win. 22",S&W:SW9VE
9mm 4",Springfield:XD .357sig 4", AKs:CAI PSL-54C, WASR 10/63, WW74,SLR-106c
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