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  1. Ammunition & Reloading
    If you quickly glance at 38 Special and 357 Magnum ammo, you might not notice any differences and think they were the same round. Although they are almost identical in their case dimensions, the 38 Special and 357 Magnum are extremely different. Both revolver rounds are superb choices for...
  2. Ammunition & Reloading
    According to Cartridges of the World, the .38 Special cartridge was officially introduced in 1902, and has been a significant part of the world of firearms for over 100 years. A rimmed, centerfire round, the .38 Special is most often seen in revolvers. But other firearms, including carbines and...
  3. Revolver Handguns
    Our neighbor's husband left behind a S&W 38 Model 10 Military and Police Revolver with a 4" barrel. It was originally purchased in the mid 1970's from Oshman's in Houston. The wife reports that it was never fired as far as she knows. However, a quick check of the barrel under white light with a...
  4. Revolver Handguns
    Hello! I am about to purchase my first revolver for CCW. I am set on a Kimber K6s, I just cannot decide if i want the 2" or 3" barrel. I normally carry a P938. I know the extra length will help with accuracy and handling, but will a 3" barrel be noticeably harder to conceal or about the same...
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