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  1. That makes sense. In 1892, the Army introduced...

    That makes sense. In 1892, the Army introduced the 158 grain, .357" diameter hollow base round nose to replace the heeled .375s". They wanted inside lube like the rRussian round. It would obdurate...
  2. I had some really old .38 S&W (not special) that...

    I had some really old .38 S&W (not special) that had big domed primers. I fired it in a Webley and it was loaded with black powder! I still have a couple hundred 200 grain .361 diameter for loading...
  3. I have read that 38 Special was actually...

    I have read that 38 Special was actually introduced in 1898 as a black powder load, and smokeless a year later, but have also heard that the smokeless was introduced in 1902 in this 1902 M&P. The...
  4. Another Old Pistol 1902 S&W Military and Police

    My vintage Smith & Wesson Model 1902 Military and Police (Pre-Model 10). Came into the gun shop I work in on consignment. Serial number puts it as 1903! Condition of the revolver is great...
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