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.357 Sig offerings. Any I missed?
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I know of course there are Sigs, Glock, FNP, and XD.
Is there any other factory produced pistols in this caliber? Not interested in conversions.

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#3
Oh yes that is right. Any others that are hammer fired? Steel framed maybe?

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#4
HK P2000 - however they appear to have polymer frames. If you want a metal frame with a hammer, then I say Sig might be your only option. Those new Turkish guns (Cannik, Tisas, etc.) look promising, but they appear to only be made in 9mm and .45 .....at least to my knowledge.

LEM 12 rounds
LEM 9 rounds (compact model)
US 9 Rounds (looks like the LEM 12 rounds model)
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I would love for a cz pattern .357 Sig to be available. I believe Barsto used to make conversions for CZ 75 .40s. I don't know how I would feel about a conversion for carry. But its moot as they are unobtainable any more.

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Armor Snail;90629 Wrote:Oh yes that is right. Any others that are hammer fired? Steel framed maybe?

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Striker fired, Polymer framed.

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#7
Looks like Beretta made a Cougar too.

This caliber has really been intriguing me lately as a carry choice. Anyone carry or own any of these offerings?

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#8
Armor Snail,

I looked into the .357 sig a few months ago. The caliber is discussed in pretty good depth in the thread linked below. If we weren't in an "ammo crisis", I definitely would consider picking one up and using it as an EDC. I'm currently carry 124 grain +p HSTs in my Glock 19, but for my new 9mm I picked up (Canik Stingray), I am going to carry 115 grain +p+ (either gold dots, buffalo bore, federal, or winchesters). In 9mm, I think those rounds are the closest you'll get to matching a .357 magnum round.

.357 Sig Question Thread
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I've even read discussions where the 357 SIG might have the potential to penetrate body armor if loaded with a light enough bullet. It might make for a proper, modern replacement of a Tokerav or cheaper 5.7. Quite a fascinating round indeed.
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