Glad to see this change!
Bobby J. Baker
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With somewhat modern hollow points the 357 sig is no more “devastating” than 9, 40, or 45. Out of thousands of real shootings studied they are all within 1% or so as far as incapacitation rates are concerned. What you get in return for the same effectiveness is more recoil, more wear and tear, and more muzzle blast. The greater wear can spell death for a military sidearm as they are not known to maintain them correctly.

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