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They make these for all common revolver calibers and their link is Reed's Ammunition & Research, LLC
Per their site “Many products and configurations are not listed. We have available calibers, loads, and bullets that are not listed in the main store. IF you need something we do not have listed, shoot us an e-mail, chances are we have it available. firstname.lastname@example.org
I’ve been using .38 Special 158 grain LSWCHP+P’s in my .38/.357 revolvers for years. It will take a lot to get me to change but I may pick up a box of these and see.
“Hey Kilogulf, is that what they're calling the "Harret" on their site?”
I doubt it; grip maker Steve Herrett developed the .30 Herrett round listed, that is the only one I saw.
This type of bullet isn’t new, the late great Jim Cirillo worked up loads using DEWC’s at higher velocities. Eventually there was an attempt to market rounds that never panned out i.e. “Safe Stop” ammo.
You can roll your own though but not with Reed’s bullets. You have a hot DEWC load…no, they don’t expand but the ballistic channel they make is devastating and being sharp cornered they tend to dig in on rounded surfaces (the cranium) instead of ricocheting.
Even a standard WC ain’t bad for close-in work. I used them when I lived in a cheap apartment complex…walls like paper.
On ICCF we’ve covered this quite extensively and many of the contributors did a lot of detailed testing, it was quite interesting actually. I highly recommend Tennessee Valley Bullets; tell ole Jessie Ken sent ya Tennessee Valley Bullets
“Warmer” wadcutter loads require a DEWC or a button nose wadcutter. Do not and I repeat DO NOT HOT LOAD WITH A HBWC (HOLLOW BASE WADCUTTER.) I can practically guarantee that you will blow the nose of the bullet out the bore and have the skirt of the bullet stunk in the bore. Bore obstructions are a very bad thing for the shooter and the gun.