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Thread: ETA on JR carbine in 357 sig?

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    ETA on JR carbine in 357 sig?

    Any idea when you guys will be bringing in the new 357 sig jr carbine with the longer handguard?

    Thanks


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    Yes, I'ld be very interested in one myself. The 357 sig is an amazing round.

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    Need one too!

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    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_jQTp9LgXiQ

    You can get some crazy velocity

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    Garbage gun unfortunately

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigNConnor View Post
    Garbage gun unfortunately
    Never had any issues with mine in .45acp and I've run around about 1000 rounds through it. That being said my buddies jr FTE,s every second mag, also a lot of bad reviews on the older gen models out there. The newer ones seemed to be much better though.

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    Yeah I think I'd look into one of these too I need a nice 357 sig

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    I think it looks like a pretty solid gun

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    Any updates on the Jr in 357 sig
    Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience-George Carlin

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    I'd also like one of these in 357 sig. I've been wanting a PCC to play with in 7.62x25 or 357 sig... I found an ballistic energy calculator online and 115 gr @ 2100 fps works out to 1126 ft lbs energy. Interesting.
    VFGPA, Valleyview Gun Club

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