The .357 Sig line of Glock pistols including the 31, 32, and 33, besides being the only Glock models with a coherent naming strategy, are earning a unique following due to chambering in the smokin’ hot .357 Sig round. Intended to be comparable (give or take) with the long-proven .357 Magnum 125 grain loads for revolvers, the .357 Sig allows pistol makers to create auto-loaders with capacities equal to .40 S&W designs.
I feel lucky that during the course of my professional life span (about 26 years now) I've seen the evolution of several new handgun cartridges: the .40S&W, the .357Sig and the .45GAP to name a few. As a cynic I look at each in doubt until they've been proven "on the street". I also tend to measure them against what I consider to be the tried and true service cartridges - the 9mm and the .45ACP. This week I'm reporting on my test work with the Glock Model 32; Glock's mid-size version chambered for the .357Sig cartridge.
What can anyone tell me about the Glock 32?
I have a Sig P250 2Sum in 9mm, with a .357 Sig x-change kit. I have a friend who seems to be interested in it, so I was thinking about getting a Glock 32 for camping.
Been told that the .357 round, is a good round for just about anything short of a big bear.
So I am thinking of selling the Sig P250 and getting a Glock 32.