Probably The Best .357 The World Has Ever Seen. Seriously.
The .357 round was created way back in 1934 by Phil Sharpe, a gun writer who thought the .38/44 was capable of being much more powerful. He worked with Smith and Wesson to create a cartridge that was .125 of an inch longer than a .38 Special, and one that was capable of delivering a 158 grain bullet at more than 1500 feet per second.
Doesn’t matter if you’re looking to use your .357 to hunt, to protect yourself, or even competition shooting – we have one of the finest and most reliable rounds available.
Our casings are custom-milled and created from only the highest-grade brass. These are engineered to our exacting specifications and each batch is put through the most stringent testing in the industry. We test for accuracy and reliability, and if a round fails, the entire batch is rejected and we start over.
We simply do not approve anything that won’t deliver every time you pull the trigger.
And it’s not only the casings that are held to such high standards.
We use Hodgdon powder, which gives increased accuracy and reliability to each round because of its precise burn characteristics. Hodgdon is the cleanest and most even burning powder available, and that gives it astounding accuracy and reliability.
Even better, that clean burn results in less gunk in your gun. And that means less cleaning for you, and less wear and tear in general. Giving you a gun that performs better and does what you need it to do more reliably.
And we’ve paid the same attention to detail to the actual bullets, too
The engineering process begins by extruding lead billet until it becomes wire. We then use a swage tool to turn the bullet into a core. The core is copper plated, and then restruck. The result of that is a bullet that’s more precise, and smoother. This gives you a better looking bullet, and one that’s more accurate and more consistent because of improved aerodynamics.