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    According to Cartridges of the World, the .38 Special cartridge was officially introduced in 1902, and has been a significant part of the world of firearms for over 100 years. A rimmed, centerfire round, the .38 Special is most often seen in revolvers. But other firearms, including carbines and...
  2. Reloading
    Here is the back story... a reloading friend gave me a bag of at lease 500 148 gn wad cutters. No hollow base just regular flat bottom wad cutters. My friend mentioned that he had these for a long time maybe 2-3 decades. They have a lube ring in the center with a red waxy substance and are...
  3. Firearms Listings
    For Sale is a Like New in Box (LNIB) Smith & Wesson Performance Center Model 637 J Frame chambered in .38S&W Special (+p rated). This gun was purchased by me but I've never fired it. Stainless finish, Stainless Steel Cylinder, Barrel, & Crane. Beautiful Altamont Wood Grips from S&W. Will also...
  4. Caliber Corner
    What do you think of those two calibers? what's your experience? I have tried 38 special but never 327. You get an additional round with 327 but... is it enough? is it worth the higher price? :confused:
  5. General Firearms Forum
    I've been following this guy and his crazy videos that for some reason or another entertain me but I agree with his points in this one. The ending is a bit of a mystery though...
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