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.38 S&W - Polished - (125 ct)

SKU: 38swpolished

Regular price $45.00 ($0.36/rd)
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.38 S&W mixed headstamp once fired brass casings.

Washed and polished.

Sorted to remove steel, aluminum and other calibers 

Notes:

All products noting "Polished" in the description have been washed and polished to remove any dirt, debris, grease and other residues.  

ALL CASINGS ARE INERT - SPENT PRIMER ONLY

These are not primed casings or loaded ammunition

May contain nickel plated casings

All products are sourced from indoor ranges.  The range brass has been machine sorted into individual calibers, with all steel, aluminum, and other calibers removed.  Our sorting process is accurate to thousandths of an inch, ensuring that each order is as accurate as possible.  

The .38 S&W cartridge is a centerfire pistol cartridge developed by Smith & Wesson in 1877. It was designed as a black powder cartridge and was one of the first commercially successful cartridges developed by Smith & Wesson.

The .38 S&W cartridge typically fires a 145- to 200-grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of around 600 to 700 feet per second, depending on the load. It is known for its low recoil and relatively low power, making it suitable for self-defense and target shooting.

The .38 S&W cartridge has been used in a variety of pistols, including the Smith & Wesson Model 38, the Colt New Police, and the Webley Revolver. It has also been used in some early submachine guns, such as the Madsen and the Sten.

Overall, the .38 S&W cartridge is a low-powered and versatile cartridge that has seen use in a variety of pistols and submachine guns. While it may not have the stopping power of larger and more modern cartridges, it remains a popular choice for self-defense and target shooting due to its low recoil and affordability.

Description

.38 S&W mixed headstamp once fired brass casings.

Washed and polished.

Sorted to remove steel, aluminum and other calibers 

Notes:

All products noting "Polished" in the description have been washed and polished to remove any dirt, debris, grease and other residues.  

ALL CASINGS ARE INERT - SPENT PRIMER ONLY

These are not primed casings or loaded ammunition

May contain nickel plated casings

All products are sourced from indoor ranges.  The range brass has been machine sorted into individual calibers, with all steel, aluminum, and other calibers removed.  Our sorting process is accurate to thousandths of an inch, ensuring that each order is as accurate as possible.  

History

The .38 S&W cartridge is a centerfire pistol cartridge developed by Smith & Wesson in 1877. It was designed as a black powder cartridge and was one of the first commercially successful cartridges developed by Smith & Wesson.

The .38 S&W cartridge typically fires a 145- to 200-grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of around 600 to 700 feet per second, depending on the load. It is known for its low recoil and relatively low power, making it suitable for self-defense and target shooting.

The .38 S&W cartridge has been used in a variety of pistols, including the Smith & Wesson Model 38, the Colt New Police, and the Webley Revolver. It has also been used in some early submachine guns, such as the Madsen and the Sten.

Overall, the .38 S&W cartridge is a low-powered and versatile cartridge that has seen use in a variety of pistols and submachine guns. While it may not have the stopping power of larger and more modern cartridges, it remains a popular choice for self-defense and target shooting due to its low recoil and affordability.