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|.38 Short Colt|
|Place of origin||22x20px United States|
|Wars||American Civil War|
|Case type||Rimmed, straight|
Later, this cartridge was fitted with an inside-lubricated bullet in the 125–135 grain range.
Remington is one of the few producers of this cartridge today with a 125grs LRN bullet. Magtech also produces this grain weight and Ten-x manufactures a 95gr load, as well as blanks.
There is no problem firing this cartridge in .357 revolvers, but the long bullet jump makes accuracy difficult.
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