357 sig vs 9x25 dillon



357 sig vs 9x25 dillon

Postby grumpyvette » January 11th, 2013, 7:11 pm

Im always rather amused when I get guys that don,t reload or know a great deal telling me about firearms, because theres a great deal of miss information
below youll see some load data.
for the 357 sig, and 9x25 dillon, the dillon 9x25 is a common but custom loaded cartridge based on necking down a 10 mm case to 9mm, it can push a 124 grain bullet to about 1450-1500 fps rather easily in a 6" glock barrel hand gun.
the 357 sig is about 100 fps slower, both are an improvement over the 9mm para will produce about 100 fps slower than the sig or about 1250 fps


all three 9mm cartridges are lower in potential power and bullet weight and stopping power to a 10mm which can push a 155 grain to easily over 1450 fps in a 6" glock barrel

http://www.loaddata.com/members/listing ... liberid=63

http://www.handloads.com/loaddata/defau ... er&Source=

http://reloadammo.com/357sig.htm

http://www.handloads.com/loaddata/defau ... er&Source=


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http://www.9x25.com/

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