Great in .38 Super ... and maybe in .38 Special?
I received a handful of these, sized 0.358, in a component swap with a shooting pal. My .38 Super is relatively new, and like most made today, uses a 9mm barrel blank. As such, I need bullets sized 0.356 - which I did on these. Fortunately, when you buy them new from Brazos, you can get the size you need.
With that said, they performed flawlessly - even when pushed to 1100+ fps. No functioning issues, no leading and the accuracy was as good as anything else I've used.
Now, sized at 0.358 or 0.359, these would probably make a dandy bullet for the .38 Special. Just taper crimp or roll crimp over the shoulder. Some day I'll give that a go.
Reviewed by: John_Z from SW Ohio on 3/15/2021