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I finally did it. I found a 9mm barrel on gunbroker and reamed it out to 357sig. Been wanting a 357sig barrel for this gun for a while. Shoots and cycles great. Around 300 rounds down the tube now.
 

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The pistol is an SR40c. But found a SR9c barrel on gun broker. Rented a chamber reamer and reamed the 9mm barrel out to 357sig. Now I can shoot 40's and 357sig from my SR40c.
 

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The pistol is an SR40c. But found a SR9c barrel on gun broker. Rented a chamber reamer and reamed the 9mm barrel out to 357sig. Now I can shoot 40's and 357sig from my SR40c.
That was pretty cool idea and it's one of a kind. Congrats on that gem
 

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Awesome.....pretty clever stuff...........love it...:)
 

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I would love to see Ruger make this gun available in 357sig. It seems that this cartridge is seeing some resurgence in popularity, particularly with LE.
 

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Nice mod, going to have me scouring for a 9mm barrel now..


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Good luck. It's the only one I've seen. Can't get them from the factory. Not sure how that guy got this one but glad he did.
 

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Awesome caliber if you can:

A: find any .357 SIG these days.

B: Afford to shoot it.

I've not seen any local .357 SIG for over a year now.

We sold the Glocks and M&Ps due to the ammo situation.

It didn't give a huge increase in power over 9mm +P like the
Double Tap NINE, but still enough to be interesting.
 
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