in bottom feeders. I have a colt 38 super that I enjoy shooting and was keeping it as a house gun. I would keep the Colt in the bedroom with a loaded clip inserted. Anyway I took the Colt to the range with that loaded clip along with two other clips. So I'm a set up and ready to shoot, I rack the slide and jam on the very first round of my home defense colt. I try again and jam so I set that round aside and rack the slide and shoot the next seven rounds without failure. So I load another mag and set it up so the round that jammed is the first round in. Jam. Clear and shoot the next seven without failure. I load another mag and this time set the jamming round as the second round to feed in. First round fired the second round JAM. Finished the next six without failure. So I shoot the rest of my ammo with no failures that 100 rounds with that one failure. But that jamming round would have been the first round to feed if things went bump in the night. That could have been very bad for us in the dark of the night. So now my S&W 29-3 has taken up Home protection with 44 specials.