Federal also sells brass.
And so does Hornady....
Smaug, you and/or your gun are lousy shooters (someone had to say it).
The gun in the article below had NO BARREL but shot better than you did....
Smaug, you're not testing your ammo there, you're testing you.
Not all j-frames have a lock.
Which barrel makers?
No need to change those.
You can have it cut for 9mm and moonclips. See TK Custom.
S&W made them.
9mm and 38/357 have the exact same SAAMI groove diameter of .355 + .004. In other words, there is no difference in the groove...
I don't think there's room in a K-frame for 7 rounds of 9mm. Need a L-frame.
This review of Matts bullets comfort plinker says they have 1/3 the recoil of a 38 wadcutter....
If you handload and you want a really light load, Matts has the bullet and load data for that;...
It's shorter. Alloys don't change weight that dramatically.
Saluki, what is your load data? What powder charge weights did you loaded?
Just an FYI, Remington lists the 1 1/2 primer as the primer used in 9mm and 40 S&W in their ammo catalog.
Nope. Wrong. Case length is irrelevant. Overall length is what matters. Specs:
38 Special max OAL = 1.550"
357 Magnum max OAL = 1.590"
This should be required reading:
So A#2 is the most accurate powder for all guns?
So, based on one shooter's result loading 148 gr HBWC in 38 Special.
What is the assumption you're making here that predicts A#2 will be more accurate? Just curious about the train of thought. Thanks.
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