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The problem with it is the factory ammo is hard to find today. I hand load it but bullets are also hard to find, and I don't like cast bullets, and prefer jacketed hollow points.


With any different caliber I buy one of the first things I do is buy at least a thousand cases, dies and a bunch of bullets.

For handguns I also buy a mold.

I don't need to shoot some of the harder to find stuff often.

Shooting a common caliber is just as good of practice as shooting a odd caliber.

I shoot my 41 a little I shoot my 357/38 and my 44 a lot.

When I pick up my 41 I have no trouble hitting with it.
 
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The problem with it is the factory ammo is hard to find today. I hand load it but bullets are also hard to find, and I don't like cast bullets, and prefer jacketed hollow points.


With any different caliber I buy one of the first things I do is buy at least a thousand cases, dies and a bunch of bullets.

For handguns I also buy a mold.

I don't need to shoot some of the harder to find stuff often.

Shooting a common caliber is just as good of practice as shooting a odd caliber.

I shoot my 41 a little I shoot my 357/38 and my 44 a lot.

When I pick up my 41 I have no trouble hitting with it.


Though lately, I sometimes have an easier time finding components or even loaded ammo for my more obscure calibers! At one point, I thought about consolidating down to fewer, more popular calibers. Glad I didn't.
 
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