Last Stand on Earth
Going to be testing some of this out today. I’m not 100% sure but maybe 357/38’s
And then you can move up to the 357 max which is even longer and has much more boom to it. Like Steve said, it's the gun you worry about, not the case.A reading of any reloading manual that provides a narative history of the cartridges would have informed you that a .357 Magnum case is nothing more than a .38 Special case that has been lengthened 0.135 inch. Structurally, the cases have the same strength, so +P loadings are of no concern as regards case integrity. Just keep the +P cartridge, and its pressures, dedicated to revolvers rated for them.