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New guy here. I came across this in my research on lever guns and was wondering if there's truth to it.

I read: "Don't shoot 38 Specials in that rifle and then shoot 357 Mag ammo. The 38's build up a carbon ring in the chamber that will cause pressure issues if 357 is then fired without cleaning."

Is this true?

If so, can you shooting .357 and then switch to .38 afterwards?

Thanks in advance.

- Mike
 
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