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Handgun Radio 342 – Point-Three-Five

Hello and welcome to Handgun Radio! I’m your host Ryan Michad from the wild woods of Central Maine, and this is your home for all the news, information and discussion in the handgunning world.

This week, we talk the history of .35 caliber and other stuff

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Week in Review:

Ryan: -Bought my youngest son his first Guild Bass. Guild Jumbo Junior Bass. He loves it!

-Guy was arrested in my town for making “explosives with fireworks”

Drink Segment: Montelobos Tobala Mezcal

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 Main Topic: The History of .35 

Why the .36 Caliber Pistol Was the Most Popular Among Early Gunfighters

-Heeled Bullets vs. Inside lubricated

.38 Short Colt (1851)

.38 Long Colt (1875)

.38 S&W (1877)

9mm Japanese (1893) (Type 26 Revolver)

Type 26 Japanese Revolver from C&Rsenal 

.38 Special (1898)

.38 ACP(1900)

9×19 Luger Parbellum (1901)

9×23 Largo (1901)

9mm Browning Long

.380 ACP (1908)

9mm Glisenti (1910)

9×23mm Steyr (1912)

.38 Super (1929)

.357 Magnum (1935)

.357 Maximum (1983)

.357 SIG (1994)

.356 TSW (1994)

Wrap Up:

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Until next week, have fun and safe shooting!