I (and probobly anyone who knows anything about firearms) know that you can safely shoot a .38 special round in a gun chambered in .357 magnum. However, I dont know why. .38 inches is obviously larger than .357 inches. Can someone explain to me why this works? And can you shoot .38 specials in a marlin 1894 lever action .357 rifle?
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