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Old March 11, 2009, 06:43 PM   #1187
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Gurn: Those are British proof marks. What you have may be a .38 S&W British Service revolver (WWII made on the K frame, concurrent with the Victory model) that later has the chambers bored through to allow .38 special to be chambered. If the there is a slight taper to the rear of the chambers then this is possibly the case. If so stick to standard pressure loads as there is a chance that that higher pressure ammunition will split the cases.
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