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It was designed to give the same approximate ballistics in a service-sized autoloading handgun as the 125 grain .357 Magnum cartridge when fired in a 4-inch or shorter revolver, and it does that very well. It is at its best (IMO) when you stick close to the 125 grain bullet weights, and only use it for tasks where this load is suitable (no elephant hunting). In something like a Glock 31 pistol, you get .357 Magnum power and effectiveness in a pistol that is lighter, smaller in all dimensions, faster to reload, faster to shoot effectively, and holds 2 to 2.5 times as much ammo as a 4" service-sized revolver.
 

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.357 sig still my favorite! Always feeds, shoots flat and fast! ;)
 
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