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I Carry Spotlight: Six Great 357 Magnum Revolvers

Since tomorrow is the Fourth of July, we wanted to bring a uniquely American episode, and figured that the .357 Magnum revolver is about as American as you can get (we covered the 1911 last year!).

.357 Mag. Federal 125-grain JHP

This .357 Mag. load lives up to the magnum moniker, and then some.

Is the .357 SIG Dead?

The .357 SIG emerged in the early '90s and was adopted by many law-enforcement agencies, but this high-speed cartridge has seen a decline in recent years.

.357 Mag. Speer 158-grain Gold Dot

Don't overlook the .357 Mag., especially not this option from Speer.

.357 Mag. Speer 135-grain Gold Dot

How does this lighter-weight .357 Mag. load perform?

Review: .357 Ring of Fire

"Ring of Fire" has been used in country-music ballads of old, and heartburn medication and topical ointment commercials. Now, it refers to the latest in next-level .357 ammunition.

.357 Mag. Wilson Combat 125-grain XPB

Wilson Combat is offering the hardest-hitting .357 Mag. load we've tested.

Ruger SP101 in .357 Mag.

Sturm, Ruger & Company Inc. is pleased to announce a new Ruger SP101 five-shot revolver chambered in the venerable .357 Magnum cartridge and featuring a 4.2" barrel with improved sights.

SIG Sauer Ammunition .357 Mag. 125-Grain FMJ

Fans of the .357 Mag. have a new source of practice fodder.

TacTricks with Patrick Kelley: Wing Nuts

Patrick Kelley tightens a wing nut...using a .357 Mag. revolver.

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