Released in 1993 for IPSC and USPSA Limited-division competitive shooters as a major power factor round, the .356 TSW produces a 182-power factor. Later on, IPSC and USPSA would rule that a cartridge had to be at least .40 cal. to qualify for major power factor in Limited division, leaving the .356 TSW without an audience and essentially doomed.
Is there a difference in velocity from the same loads fired from semi-automatics and revolvers? One reader asked us this question and here is our answer.
Eley’s new .38 Super Comp Major round has been officially listed as USPSA certified ammunition.
Eley says the new Action .38 Super Comp round meets major power factor requirements, which should make it popular with action pistol shooters. The round has launched exclusively in the U.S., and at the handgun championships in Serbia, if there is significant interest it will be rolled out to more distributors worldwide.