This project should get WB's attention..
Sunday, February 10, 2019, 12:35

Turning the rims on 38 Special down to .414" turned out to be child's play. Chuck the case in a $20 Walmart drill and using a file goes really quick.

In case you're scratching your head, there is a reason....

My 38 Super Trail Gun is going back for a 9mm and 38 Special cylinder.

Turning the rims down slightly will enable the use of my New Model gun. The .414" rim is .01" smaller than my 40 S&W or 10mm Trail Gun.

The 38 Special cylinder will be just as strong as the 38 Super, allowing the use of 30,000 psi ammo. This will mimic the old 38-44 pretty danged close. The barrel slugged. 356" so shooting .358" cast bullets should produce fantastic accuracy.

I can easily make 100 cases an hour, so a supply won't be difficult to accumulate. This will be one versatile Trail Gun...

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