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Old February 2, 2020, 03:33 AM   #3
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My father will be bringing me down some .384” (he thinks) bullets of unknown use he acquired. We got to talking about this and my understanding was the original .36 cal conversions used an actual .38-something bullet to fill the grooves. Looking around we couldn’t find anything. Initially I thought it was the .38 Long Colt or S&W, but it doesn’t seem so. But is that due to modern stuff these days? I question how a bullet at .358”, or worse, .356”, will fill the .37-something grooves on a .36 cal revolver.
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