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Old December 25, 2012, 02:09 PM   #19
dgludwig
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I have handloaded some full wadcutter rounds and shot them in my Charter. They were the most "snappy" loads I have ever fired in that gun.
I don't know how you "handloaded" them, but factory-loaded wadcutters are some of the mildest .38 Special ammunition you can buy. And when handloaded (say 2.8 grains of Bullseye powder behind a 148 grain Speer HBWC bullet) to use for Bullseye competition (the true forte for wadcutter bullets), this load offers some of the softest recoiling, most accurate .38 Special ammunition you can shoot.
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