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357 Magnum is a common revolver caliber based on the .38 Special police cartridge. Introduced in 1934, it is responsible for starting the "Magnum" era of handgun ammunition, and it remains popular to this day in civilian sporting markets. In NMRiH, .357 Magnum comes in boxes at a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 12 rounds per box. As a cartridge .357 Magnum ammunition has a high damage output and medium range performance.
.357 Magnum ammunition is used in the following weapons:
- Smith & Wesson 686-6 - a maximum of 6 rounds per cylinder load.
- Winchester 1892 - a maximum of 16 rounds