OK guys, since you nailed my first two questions on .38 Spl. headstamps, I have one last question for you.
Both of these are nickel plated cases with no seating or crimping cannelures.
“W-W SUPER 38 SPL + P”
“W-SUPER-W 38 SPL + P”
Why the difference in the order of the “W-W” and the “SUPER”?
Is one older than the other? It seems that the “W-W SUPER” layout is pretty common as I have seen this many times and on many different calibers, but the other one is a first for me.
Bonus question: waht exactly does the “+ P” mean. I have heard many different opinions. “Plus Powder”, “Plus Power”, “Plus (high) Pressure”, etc… Any factory literature on this?
Thanks in advance,