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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    I use an empty case to push the last round into the magazine to save my thumb. How does the base of your brass look? Any bulging?
    I was using a live round to push them in... The empty case idea makes more sense however - thx

    No bulging that I could see on the brass
    Last edited by IowaShooter; 02-08-2020 at 07:45 AM.
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    Even though it was 21 degrees, I took it to the range today to see about accuracy.

    It cycled and shot all my .38spl handloads (with berrys plated bullets) I could load 11 in each time

    I shot standing at 15 yds snd was pleased with the outcome

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    Great shooting and a great gun.

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    I have the same Rossi 92 38 Spl./357 Magnum.

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