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Discussion in 'Centerfire Pistols & Revolvers' started by remington1990, Nov 16, 2010.
Has anybody heard for a rimfire 38
over the early years there were a number of rimfire cartriidges,probably of just about every caliber.i also know that some of these early rifles and revolvers had ammo made by the manufacture and were not common.if you are looking for ammo you might try (the old western scrounger) GOOD LUCK. old semperfi
i never heard of 38 rimfire. but i aint oldern the hills either. i've heard of 22 32 41 and 44 caliber rimfire and 56-56
Don't know how but double entry
What information are you looking for, Info about the 38 Rim Fire or location of Ammo. 38 Rim Fire is fairly cheap, 4.50 to 3.50 for a single round of 38 Long Rim Fire, now 38 Short Rim Fire is a little better , from 4.00 to 2.50 per single round. The .38 Short Rim Fire was a pistol round and the 38 Long Rim Fire was considered a revolver and rifle round. Both black powder and I don't think anyone has chambered any type of firearm for either one for over a hundred years. Not interchangeable with any type of center fire cartridges.
i resent that remark,im not older than the hills,they were there when i got here.well..........at least they were starting to gain some height. old semperfi
Yeah, Iver Johnson made a few guns chambered for .32 and .38 rimfire in the late 1800's.
A friend of my has a box of them unopen from winchester me and him has never heard of them so he want me to see what I could find out on them
they would be worth something to a collector of arms that use them. to have a full box to go with a prized firearm would be a real find
would love to see pics