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  1. General Chit Chat
    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...
  2. Reloading
    i would like some advice on which reloader to buy? i will be doing .223 .45acp and 38/.357.i don't have a lot of $$$$ maybe $300-$500 for all the equipment needed .not including bullets, powder,primers and brass, just the equipment needed and dies. any advice on whats needed and quality of...
  3. Revolver Talk
    On the golf course last week, my fellow golfers and I encountered a mountain lion on a putting green. We decided not to play the round and let the lion play the hole. Needless to say I want to carry a pocket pistol that will do serious damage to the lion if it appears to be getting ready to...
  4. Lever Action Talk
    Hello, Up until now only lived in the Ruger 10/22 section. However yesterday bought a Marlin Cowboy Limited with checkered stock and 24" octagonal barrel. Tried with .38sp last night and was a delight to shoot. I was told it was a 2002 model. The foresight had been filed down so unable to zero...
  5. Handgun Reloading
    I can't find a non +p load with 158gr GDHP's in 38 special. Thanks
  6. Lever Action Talk
    I recently bought a used Marlin 1894 in 38/357 (the gun was made in 1983). I tried 2 different types of 38 specials in it (both jacketed soft points over the required minimum length). Upon closing the lever, there were several instances of the bullet running into the edge of the breach and not...
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