Re: Bullet question!
If its chambered and proofed for the .38 spec then thats all itll shoot safely. .38 supers wont index becasue its a rimless cartridge and the .357 mags wont fit the chambers, and if they do theyll blow the gun up.
Now a .357 mag chambered revolver can safely shoot both .38 spec and .357 mag ammo indescriminantly, because, dimensionally speaking, the .357 mag is merely a sixteeth longer, and since the longer chamber is proofed for the higher pressures the low pressure .38s wont hurt a thing and would even be a very welcome change for the shooter.
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