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Old 05-07-2018, 12:33 PM   #1
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Default XD... 357Sig...oh yeh!

The full report here:

https://www.glocktalk.com/threads/xd...ooter.1702372/

Some extra "footage" for the Early Risers!:

XD with Great Lakes ammo at 14 yards!:



XD with Winchester SXT on knockdown 33 yards:



XD with SXT on popper at 31 yards:

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Old 05-07-2018, 02:18 PM   #2
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Good report glock! Dang you must have a whole truck load of different .357 Sig pistols. (and ammo) I ran into rounds not going into battery when reloading for my grandson's XD9 Mod 2. They shot fine in my HK VP9, Ruger SR9C, Ruger LC9S Pro, and M&P 9 Shield. I seated the next batch of reloads .010" deeper and they fed and fired fine. I only noticed this with Sierra 125 gr JHP bullets. Hornady 125 gr. bullets worked fine loaded to my standard overall length. I attributed it to the different ogives on the bullets.
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Old 05-07-2018, 11:13 PM   #3
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Good report glock! Dang you must have a whole truck load of different .357 Sig pistols. (and ammo) I ran into rounds not going into battery when reloading for my grandson's XD9 Mod 2. They shot fine in my HK VP9, Ruger SR9C, Ruger LC9S Pro, and M&P 9 Shield. I seated the next batch of reloads .010" deeper and they fed and fired fine. I only noticed this with Sierra 125 gr JHP bullets. Hornady 125 gr. bullets worked fine loaded to my standard overall length. I attributed it to the different ogives on the bullets.
Well...if anyone asks... I tell them my collection got lost in a horrible ice fishing accident.
For a list of 357Sig ammo I have either shot OR have on hand, check posts #446 & #447 here:

https://www.glocktalk.com/threads/sp...316941/page-23
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Well...if anyone asks... I tell them my collection got lost in a horrible ice fishing accident.
For a list of 357Sig ammo I have either shot OR have on hand, check posts #446 & #447 here:https://www.glocktalk.com/threads/sp...316941/page-23
Good grief! I didn't know there were that many varieties of .357 Sig ammo.
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I had no idea either.
I know the frangible in 9 mm work well.
I can only imagine how they would work in that caliber.
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