I'm thinking of getting a 38 Super like I had back in the 70s. I was wondering...what is the better caliber, I know I can find 38 super ammo without too much problem and 10mm is almost non-existant down here.
Another platform? Yes, Sig P220. Reliable? Yes. Inexpensive? Nope. Rare as hen's teeth and the prices reflect it. I've been looking for one for years. When I do come across one for sale usually someone has beaten me to it or it's priced too high. I'll find one eventually.Thanks guys. Now, is there another frame available for the 38 super besides the 1911 that is reliable and not too expensive?
Thanks guys. Now, is there another frame available for the 38 super besides the 1911 that is reliable and not too expensive?
Excellent recommendation. I forgot I found a used Witness a couple years ago. I want to say it was in the $400 range. Glad you reminded me. It does shoot well but, not as good as the Colt National Match.Keep your eye on gun deals for the Witness in 38 Super when it comes available. You can also go to some of the sites listed and put your email address in for when they're back in stock. I've had one for a number of years and want to grab one in 10mm as soon as the craziness lets up, whenever that will be.
+1 on the Coonan suggestion. It might be hard to find one right now. I don't think they are distributing or even manufacturing right now. The 357 is a gas to shoot. They eventually made one in 10mm and 45 ACP.38Super is a fun cartridge other then that and 10mm there is a Coonan 357mag that is even more interesting and ammo is more readily available.