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An amigo is trying to sell me a M357 lately and Im starting to warm up to the idea but. I don't know any thing about them. I need a quick course of pointers of what to look for on these guns.
Good years bad years(probably in ser#s)changes or options ?Problamatic for handloading ? A must for me.
Also just plain opinions on the gun as a whole. A slice of paradise or a pain in the YAHA kind of thing.
 

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Steyr makes a .357 SIG?
 

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Bwahahahahahahahhahha - asks the man, bwhahahahahahahahah

Come on babj, post a pic or two.
 

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Okay, a chance to impluse buy is a terrible thing to waste so I bought the dang thing. It's stuck in manditory hold for a couple of weeks so I still do not know much about it. Ser# 0351xx if that means anything. Could not spot a date code so I need directions where to look. A box,2 mags that appear to be 10 rounders and a couple of kid proof keys. I guess I have a little time to round up dies and brass. Looking foward to any info on the gun or reloadin for it that you may have.
 

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Hiya *stuff :)

Look on the right side of slide, just in front of the ejection port...seriel # then 2 proof marks then the 3 upper case letter date code. Then, use the chart to decode. <shrug>

Hava great weekend, Bro! :thumbsup:

Wulf<-- goin' for a putt in the a.m. w/ somma his biker Bro's
 

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Okay, a chance to impluse buy is a terrible thing to waste so I bought the dang thing. It's stuck in manditory hold for a couple of weeks so I still do not know much about it. Ser# 0351xx if that means anything. Could not spot a date code so I need directions where to look. A box,2 mags that appear to be 10 rounders and a couple of kid proof keys. I guess I have a little time to round up dies and brass. Looking foward to any info on the gun or reloadin for it that you may have.
Good call!

The M357 are pretty hard to find... You will enjoy shootin git, no doubt. While you are waiting to take possession, do some searching here to see what other have had to say about their M357 Steyrs!
 

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