So, for years I had hoped for a compact 38SPC revolver made to the smallest size possible to take wadcutter ammo only. This would allow the cylinder and frame to be as short as possible. Well, it seems the Taurus 380 UL may be just the thing, or near to this idea. For those who own them, do you know if wadcutter .38 will fit into them? Should be enough length in the cylinder but I'm not sure if it would need to be reamed to allow the 38 to fit into it. I'm also not sure if there is enough room for the case rims in the cylinder. Don't want a 380 revolver but if this could be reamed to be what I have pondered I'm game to try it. Pressure levels should be fine. Issues I'm missing here? Yes, it is a limited idea but with some gain to it and if it only cost the a little cylinder ream job that is fine.