Congrats on the new pistol. You got a nice one. I love .357 Sig too. Try Ammoseek.com and search for .357 Sig. They usually have several companies selling it.
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You didn't waste your money at all. Having a pistol that is capable of shooting more than one caliber is prudent. As mentioned above, 357sig will be available online if it's not available locally. Will it be as prevalent or as cheap as 9mm? No. But it will be available. And back when 9mm was getting scarce and reaching stupid-level pricing I was still finding 357sig online (and 40S&W).Seems like this old guy who’s just getting back into shooting after a LONG break in action needs to learn a thing or two. I was looking and researching online to make a purchase of a new pistol a couple weeks back. Seeing that Sig wasn’t offering the P229/226 in 40 or 357 sig anymore, I saw that the only .40 pistol offered was one of the polymer framed guns and there was no 357 sig option at all, so, I bought the P229 Legion in 9mm. I have also just purchased a used P229 40, and picked up a 357 sig barrel so when I carry, I can carry a more powerful round, God forbid I actually have to use it. So, today, looking online to buy some ammo, I noticed that Sig’s website doesn’t even LIST any ammo for sale for the .357. The company that developed the round doesn’t even sell the round anymore. Did I buy a barrel for a round that will be gone in a few years? I mean I LOVE the ballistics numbers on the 357 sig and I don’t own reloading equipment, not that the local ranges even allow you to shoot reloads, but what good is it if I can’t find the rounds anymore in the future? Hmm…did I waste my money on this barrel?