Now that I have three carry-type revolvers in 38 Special, I want to shoot range bullets that are the same weight as my chosen SD round. I prefer the SD round to be a commercial loading, to remove one finger from the prosecutor's tally of arguments. I have decided on the Winchester 'Law Enforcement Ammunition' branded 'Ranger", specifically because it has not been labeled 'blood thirsty killer' ammo by the libtards (or anyone else). It features a 130gr bonded jacketed hollow point bullet driven by a +P load. Practice rounds will be both FMJ and hard-cast lead, also 130gr. I hope to drive them at high non +P velocities. I will determine at the range the differences in POA among the three loadings. This plan is amenable to change, based both on range results and your knowledgeable opinions. So lets have some opinions. Don't be overly considerate of my feelings; I am on the far side of Mature Mountain, both physically and mentally, and can handle it.