Not to steal the thread but have a question on the S&W Victory models. The story I have heard was that the S&W pistols that went to the UK during WWII were in the .38 S&W caliber and were used in WWII with 38S&W ammo. After the war they were converted to .38 Special by British gunsmiths for sale in the US. Is this a true story or was there some other twist on it as many S&W pistols are marked 38 S&W on the barrel but actually shoot the 38 Special round? Thanks.
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