Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by broken, Dec 15, 2009.
You bet. Wadcutters ruled the roost in bullseye competition back in the days when revolvers were used there. They'll be excellent for plinking; enjoy them.
Most likely these are target wadcutters loaded to a low velocity, but ones with some speed behind them should be fairly formidable defensive loads. At least, as the in-gun load; they are poorly suited for speedloaders as the reload. For more info, get the book Guns, Bullets and Gunfights by Jim Cirillo.
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