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    Go with a G33. Compact frame, .357sig...very nice. Recoil from the .357sig should not be an issue. If you shoot a Glock..in any available caliber and you feel it "moves" too much, it may be your grip/stance. .44mag and up is really where recoil can begin to interfere with follow up shots. Try a 454casull out of snub nose ruger Alaskan.....that's recoil. If you want a 357sig...get one, everyone has an opinion, but I think Glock offers the most bang for the buck...I love HK and Sig as well, but they are so much more expensive. Anyway, try the G33 and good luck.

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    Glock .357sig

    GUN TESTS magazine; " In practice we found that the .357SIG was louder than either .40S&W/SW990L. or .45ACP/SPRINGFIELD 1911A1UC, but less disturbing to the sight picture."

    The GLOCK produced 1284 fps velocity, 458 ft.lbs. muzzle energy.

    I like the combo of GLOCK & .357SIG. for CCW.

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    I was looking on Glock's website and I am really liking the G32C. One of the reasons I didn't like Glocks as much, I just found recently out isn't true. I thought once a round was loaded into the chamber, the pistol was alwyas SA, but I guess they're always DA, which I would prefer for safety.

    Are the "C" models available for purchase or do they have to be custom ordered? So, now, where to find a G32C and how much?

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    Found a few on the 'net... high 400's to low 500's. Time to check the finances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spacedoggy View Post
    Don't believe everything you read, what really happen with the 357"s is they would disintegrate after they traveled 10 feet.
    Ouch. That's a fast moving bullet.

    I tend to think the 357 kicks about as bad as anything I've ever shot. It's quite obviously a powerful round, on both ends.

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    True the 357sig is a little snappy. But no more so than the .40s&w to me. I've shot the G31 and G32 w/ no issues. In fact, that may be my next pistol.

    Spartan, anyone can own a "C" model for a few more $'s than the basic models, if that's what you're into.

    If you want to mitigate the recoil, try a lager frame (like the G31/32).

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