I'm not too good at vague directions; "...push through the cylinder throat with little force." How much is little? I prefer to measure the throats either with pin gauges or slugging the throat and using a micrometer. I then size the bullets the same size as the throats measure; .358" throat = .358" bullet. This has worked in all my revolvers (three, 38/357, and three, .44 Magnums)
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