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Tested: TNW Aero Survival Rifle

Introduced in 2012, TNW Firearms’ Aero Survival Rifle (ASR) was originally designed as an emergency survival tool for pilots forced to land in wilderness areas.

NRA Gun of the Week: TNW Firearms Aero Survival Rifle

Watch as American Rifleman's Kelly Young breaks down a switch-barrel survival rifle chambered for .357 SIG.

The Forty Again

Wiley Clapp explains the relationship between the .40 S&W and the .357 Sig.

More on the Forty

After a storm of controversy erupted over Wiley Clapp's blog comments on the .40 S&W, the veteran handgunner looks at the situation a little more in-depth.

North Carolina State Highway Patrol Selects SIG Sauer P226 in .357 SIG

The SIG Sauer P226 came out on top for its reliability, accuracy and durability.

SIG Sauer 1911 .38 Super

SIG Sauer has created quite a buzz around the competitive shooting circuit by introducing a 1911 pistol in the popular .357/.38 Super calibers.

9 mm versus .357 Sig

The 9 mm and the .357 Sig are both excellent self-defense rounds. One is more powerful, while the other is more popular.

9x23 mm & .357 Sig

In the 90s, two rounds firing 9 mm diameter bullets were introduced-the 9x23 mm and the .357 Sig. One made it, and one didn’t.

.357 or .357

In past years, various writing projects have caused me to research a couple of cartridges with similar sounding names—the .357 Mag. and the .357 Sig.

Handgun Bottlenecks

When the automatic pistol was a fresh new concept, designers of that time faced the same problem that modern designers also face—feeding. Since the slide and breech face of a pistol are directly behind the chamber end of the barrel, the pistol magazine has to be below and behind the chamber.

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