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DeaconKC:

--- Quote from: Professor Marvel on April 11, 2024, 01:28:29 PM ---I just found these

https://www.buffaloarms.com/361-145-grain-round-nose-han-361145.html

Which one could try out first….

And then if one is as cheap as i am, one could “beagle” their .38 mold .. . See this discussion

https://castboolits.gunloads.com/showthread.php?265098-Making-a-real-38-S-amp-W-mold

Yhs
Prof mumbles

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Perfessor, I may just buy your cat a cheezburger for that link! Thank you, those may be the perfect slug needed, and not out of line for the limited amount it will be shot.

Professor Marvel:
Always happy to be of service, and if not “useful” at least entertaining!

Prof mumbles

Gus says thanks for the cheezburger

Reverend P. Babcock Chase:
Howdy Deacon,

Not sure it this helps, but my experience with .38S&W is for an 1851 conversion with the original dimensioned .385 bore. That is a substantially larger than your bore. I have had some success with soft hollow base wad cutters, even with light charges of Amer. Select powder. I suspect that might get you started while you research your mold selection.

For what it's worth,

Rev. Chase

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DeaconKC:
And thanks to you also Reverend.

DeaconKC:
Well we miked the little beast today. .357 at the muzzle, and the cylinders were .358. Might have a chance with standard size wadcutters or a bullet with a hollow base for obturation.

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