Hey all, So here's a few, what are probably stupid, questions. I have a bunch of 9mm 125gr RN cast bullets, sized to .356. Can I reload these safely to be fired out of a .357 magnum revolver? Does anyone have any experience doing this? I understand all barrels vary slightly in diameter, and its best to slug them to know exactly what I'm dealing with. But I really don't know how to slug a barrel, and I probably don't have the proper equipment anyway. Everything I've read says this is an acceptable size, but I want to make sure. So, can these bullets be reloaded for .38 Special / .357 Magnum, safely? I'm not worried about match grade accuracy right now. Also, the only powder I have right now is Silhouette. According to Ramshot's reloading data from their website, the only recipe listed for Silhoutte in this bullet size (cast, as well) is for flat nosed in .38 Special. The bullets I have are round nosed. Should I use the same data? Or not use these bullets at all? Also, can I use the exact same data [recipe] that I would for .38 Special in .357 Magnum sized cases? Please excuse my ignorance. Thanks for your help.