I went 20 years without a wheelgun, but kept a bunch of .357 cases. When I bought a .38 snubbie, I turned a bunch of .357's down to .38 spl. length. I did this with the understanding that, if I ever got a .357 again, the modded cases went in the trash. As long as you aren't concurrently loading for .357, you should be fine. If you also own a .357, I wouldn't recommend it.
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