Good .357 sig options

Good .357 sig options

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    Good .357 sig options

    I came to be very fond of the .357 sig round while carrying it on duty as an Armed Guard, and I am now looking to buy a new .357 sig caliber weapon to replace my Keltec P-11 as my primary concealed weapon. I am quite set on grabbing either a Glock 32 or 33 as my duty weapon was a Glock 31 which I am very comfortable with, (Having used it at the range plenty of times) but I would like to explore other options as well. I am looking to explore firearms that range in price from 400-600$.

    Thanks in advance.


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    Mine is an M&P. I believe Smith quit chambering the M&P for it, however. If you can find one, snag it. I think the only SIG in your price range is the 250. Glock might be your best bet. Good round. I surely favor it.

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    11 +1 of .357 SIG in such a small package....the G33 is a great carry gun with plenty of firepower to get you out of any situation.

    my discontinued OD green G33....its a fun little beast.

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    M&P357  .357Auto - Smith & Wesson

    the .357 SIG is still in S&W's line up
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    Quote Originally Posted by zonker1986 View Post
    11 +1 of .357 SIG in such a small package....the G33 is a great carry gun with plenty of firepower to get you out of any situation.

    my discontinued OD green G33....its a fun little beast.
    The 33 is really really tempting me so far, but I very much prefer the size of the 32 but I'm worried about if I'll be able to conceal it easily. Especially when I wear shirts that fit like this N3200_00_lg_main.jpg

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    My G33 is black and in the form of a G27 with a factory G33 barrel in it. I hardly ever shoot it with the .40 barrel it came with. My wife carries it now, she loves it too.

    I am carrying my G23 0D with a Lone Wolf .357sig barrel, and a crossbreed supertuck to go with it......and have no problems concealing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chalk316 View Post
    M&P357 *.357Auto - Smith & Wesson

    the .357 SIG is still in S&W's line up
    $727.00?? Wow, I didn't realize they were so pricey. Maybe one can find them cheaper...At least they are still in their lineup.
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    I'm a decently tall guy with a long armed build (6'3" 200 pounds) I have VERY big hands. I know that a lot of people say they have big hands, I have BIG hands (9" from wrist to middle finger tip) and they fit comfortably. I fear that even if I get a Glock 33 with the mag extension my hands may not fit. I am leaning more towards the 32 anyway, but I'm still wondering if anybody knows of a good holster that can fit something like a 32 in the clothes fit I posted above?

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    Yes, this holster with a good belt will conceal your G32 very nicely with the clothes you have shown.
    SuperTuck Deluxe | Crossbreed Holsters - Super Tuck Deluxe.

    This one is awesome also.
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    I use these holsters with this belt.
    Original Instructor Belt

    Keep in mind that these holsters are IWB and I wear a pant size of 1 to 2 inches larger than my original waist size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZJD1968 View Post
    $727.00?? Wow, I didn't realize they were so pricey. Maybe one can find them cheaper...At least they are still in their lineup.
    You can get them online @ Discount Guns for Sale - Buds Gun Shop all day long in the price range of $475-$480 delivered to the FFL of your choice if you don't mind buying online. I have bought about 4 handguns from them in the past and the transactions were all great.

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    with the factory Glock mag with finger extension, there is really not much difference in size between the G19/26 (same size as G32/33) except for barrel length.



    I used to shoot my Glock 26 in IDPA matches with the factory stock flat bottom mags long before there were mags with finger extensions.....where there is a will, there is a way. Saying your hands are too big should not be a factor....work with what you have and learn to shoot it well with practice.
    Pics show how I wrap my pinky under the grip of the Glock 26.....works like a charm, and I don't even notice any pistol that does not accomodate all my hand. Lots of rounds, and lots of
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZJD1968 View Post
    $727.00?? Wow, I didn't realize they were so pricey. Maybe one can find them cheaper...At least they are still in their lineup.
    That is MSRP, you would not pay that much at most LGS. i surely wouldnt. Ive seen them as low as $398 at omb express.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigpoppa48 View Post
    You can get them online @ Discount Guns for Sale - Buds Gun Shop all day long in the price range of $475-$480 delivered to the FFL of your choice if you don't mind buying online. I have bought about 4 handguns from them in the past and the transactions were all great.
    Yes. After I posted that post I realized that that website was S&W"s site. Prices are always higher from the manufactures sites. Sorry. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZJD1968 View Post
    Yes, this holster with a good belt will conceal your G32 very nicely with the clothes you have shown.
    SuperTuck Deluxe | Crossbreed Holsters - Super Tuck Deluxe.

    This one is awesome also.
    Holsters

    I use these holsters with this belt.
    Original Instructor Belt

    Keep in mind that these holsters are IWB and I wear a pant size of 1 to 2 inches larger than my original waist size.
    Well I recently lost a few pounds I (try to) build muscle and with that comes fat gain and loss as well as pants size changes so I have the pants under control. I have heard great things about the super tuck delux and I am more than likely getting one, but I'm exploring other options such as this one Max Tuck IWB by White Hat Holsters has anyone ever tried one?

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    I have a S&W M&P 40c with a 357 sig Storm Lake barrel and a Sig P229 in 40 with a 357 sig barrel. Love both. The M&P is one of my daily carry pieces.
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