I want a . . . a .38 Super?
Okay, there's some gun each of us wants simply for the sake of just wanting it, right? No real need, just want.
I owned a .41 Magnum in Alaska when everyone else carried .44 Mags. I wanted the .41 and shot it better than most shot their .44s.
I bought a TC Contender in .30 Herritt because I wanted a round that was powerful and unique, and I didn't mind having to make my own cases. And powerful it was!
Unfortunately, both are long gone. Now I've decided I want a caliber that has always been on my long list--the .38 Super.
Something about this flat-shooting round has always intrigued me. With careful handloading, it's basically a .357 Magnum in a semi-auto case. While commercial ammo is available, I prefer to reload most of my ammo, saving the factory stuff for SD purposes, although I'd serve up my reloads if need be.
So, any .38 Super shooters out there that might offer up some advice or "Super" wisdom?