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Lightning Will, SASS#56934

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If you click on it, you'll find out it's 125 grain, see below:

 

Cartridge:.38 Special

Condition:New

Bullet Weight:125gr

Bullet Type:LFP

Muzzle Velocity:*685 fps

Muzzle Energy:130 ft lbs

Rounds Per Box:50

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Think they will have crimp groove?

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13 hours ago, Eyesa Horg said:

If you click on it, you'll find out it's 125 grain, see below:

 

Cartridge:.38 Special

Condition:New

Bullet Weight:125gr

Bullet Type:LFP

Muzzle Velocity:*685 fps

Muzzle Energy:130 ft lbs

Rounds Per Box:50

That sounds better.....too light for me but better......  The lead it would take just to cover a 38 hole would weigh 25+ grains...........lol.

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3 hours ago, Goody, SASS #26190 said:

Not if they have a grease groove.

Why?  My 125 have a crimp and grease groove.

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The OP was commenting how the ad was for 25GR, not 125gr. I was just going with what Billy Boots posted. A 25gr with a grease and a crimp would be nothing but a groove.

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3 hours ago, Goody, SASS #26190 said:

The OP was commenting how the ad was for 25GR, not 125gr. I was just going with what Billy Boots posted. A 25gr with a grease and a crimp would be nothing but a groove.

 

Gotcha! Clearly I didn't have my V8 today!

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4 hours ago, Goody, SASS #26190 said:

The OP was commenting how the ad was for 25GR, not 125gr. I was just going with what Billy Boots posted. A 25gr with a grease and a crimp would be nothing but a groove.

GROOVY!

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It did originally say 25 GR. .38 special.  I was just having a little fun and trying to get the attention of the SASS staff.  Apparently I was successful at pointing out their mistake!:P

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Has anyone tried ordering any .45 colt? It comes up Web Page not found for me. Thought I'd help with the Diabetes promotion/charity.

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