3 Mar 99

From a friend who does a lot of training:

“The .357 Sig thing is interesting. I’ve seen a dozen or so at _______, and all the Sig brands had problems feeding, case head separations,
cratered primers (very common) and pierced primers. One pierced primer
flowed back into the firing pin orifice and was a booger to fix. A
ballistician from _______ Ammunition Co who was visiting, ‘That cartridge
is an accident looking for a place to happen. The powers that be insisted
we produce it because our completion is marketing it and the chances of us being sued or slim to none. We may replace a few guns here and there, but we’ll take our chances regarding injuries. We’re going to get a piece of
that market.’