Yes. Shooting a lot will accelerate wear on the gun, but occasional use is OK.
One that is chambered for 38 Super and rated for +P by the maker.
you can shoot standard 38 special rounds out of a firearm marked for 38 special +p
yes, but not too often in a light weight 38 revolver.
Depends on how old the revolver is.
Not recommended unless the maker says it is OK to do.
it does shoot the 38 spl cartridge.............
A .38 Special can shoot the cartridge marked "38 Short Colt". It CANNOT shoot what many people CALL a .38 Short- which is the .38 S&W. The .38 S&W in not only shorter than the Special, it is fatter. The 2 do not interchange.
57 + 57 + 38 + 38 = 190
A ".38 +P revolver" is simply a .38 Special revolver which is rated to fire +P loads. It's still a .38 Special, and the +P doesn't change the dimensions of the round itself.
You need to contact S&W for a correct answer.
Check with Taurus customer service through their website.
38 or 357
NO,NO,NO,NO,NO.........you CANNOT shoot the 357 cartridge in a 38 special, but you can shoot a 38 special cartridge in a 357 pistol.................the 38 cal. cylinder was not made to house the 357 cartridge or take the pressure.............
15 plus 38 is 53
Taurus produced its first handgun, a 38 Special, in 1941 and began exporting its revolvers to the U.S. market in 1968. They are still making them.