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Old November 27, 2012, 11:12 PM   #86
Join Date: April 8, 2008
Location: Seattle
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I'd say that, while it may not be as popular as 9, 40, and 45, it is actually a very popular round. It is not often that a new round comes along that becomes accepted enough to get as many pistols made for it. Now, it has dropped off recently and it is a bit less likely for any new pistol to be chambered for .357 sig, but it is still around.
In my opinion it is a lot like the 10mm in that it has its place, but only if it is loaded to achieve velocities that are beyond what the 9mm is capable of.
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