Originally Posted by Shooter45
I already know all that. But your quote was Super 28. See above quote.
Ah yes I did, got a little fat fingered. Actually, I guess I spilled the beans and the cat is out of the bag. I am developing a new cartridge based on the old Super .38 cartridge, it uses a 7mm bullet which, as I am sure you know, is .284 caliber. I just rounded that down a little like gun companies normally do, i.e. .38 is really .357 or .358 and .44 is really .429 etc.
I'm still working out some of the bugs, but I think it will be a viable wildcat. That's a 175 grain 7mm bullet in a necked down Super 38 cartridge so now it's a Super 28.