Where to find .357 SIG bullets?

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    Where to find .357 SIG bullets?

    Anyone have a good source for 115 or 125 gr? Has to be jacketed for the local indoor range.

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    Try gunbroker.com!
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    Hadn't thought of looking for boolits on GB! Thanks!

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    Both Berrys and Ranier have the flat points you need.

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    Here you go:

    Cheapest: 500 Rounds of Bulk .357 SIG Ammo by Remington - 125gr MC

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    I'll be happy to sell you 4 boxes of Speer Lawman 125gr at the $62.90 if your "out of your mind"!


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    I recommend Zero brand bullets. They are pretty cheap for 357Sig.

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    Are you looking for bullets, or ammunition?
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    Quote Originally Posted by high pockets View Post
    Are you looking for bullets, or ammunition?
    I'm always confused here at DC myself when it comes to what I think is a "reloaders" sub-sub-forum, within a general "ammunition sub-forum". My guess is that the OP really did mean "bullets", as being the actual projectiles, rather than cartridges which is the recognized term for finished ammunition (he is from Texas, after all ).
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    I know this thread isn't fresh, but RMR has some .357 Sig bullets in at a decent price. 9mm 115 grain Plated round nose The hyperlink is named incorrectly, but links to what you're looking for.

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    Yes I agree, if in fact he is looking for the actual "bullets" to make the finished "cartridges", he should be asking for 9mm "bullets", instead of .357Sig.

    As we all know,.357 Sig is the unholy union of a .40S&W case, and a 9mm bullet, for which I am very, very fond of .
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