38 Special vs 9mm. Which Caliber Is Better?
The question of 38 vs 9mm is really "is 38 Special so good that I should have a revolver instead of a semi-auto in 9mm." Is it?
Basically no. But it's also true that it doesn't mean that a person armed with a .38 Special, who knows what they're doing, is necessarily at a serious disadvantage
Of the medium bore calibers, these are the two most common chamberings. There are fans of
The 7 Best Glocks For Concealed Carry
You might be a little more aware of the service pistols, but Glock concealed carry pistols are arguably the core of their offerings, as they make an ample supply. You might even look at their website and have your head start to spin; which one should I choose?
Well, an obvious truth is that there's no best handgun. There will be a best one for you and no one can know which gun that will be but you. You'll have to find that out
357 Ammo. Can you shoot it in a 38?
Can a .38 Special shoot .357 Magnum? No; .357 Magnum was specifically designed so it cannot be fired from handguns chambered in .38 Special, but you can shoot .38 Special in a gun chambered in .357 Magnum.
In fact, you wouldn't want to shoot .357 Magnum in any gun that's specifically made to shoot .38 Special. It would be dangerous.
The .357 Magnum/.38 Special issue