HydroShock started off years ago with a 38 special load that consisted of a wadcutter style bullet of soft lead with a severe hollow-point. It was loaded to very modest velocity and they guaranteed that the bullet would expand to a minimum of .60" and would not go through a human body. It made a great defense round for a lady's bedside gun: short range, low recoil, no over-penetration. The round hasn't been made in a couple of decades, but does anyone make a bullet like that for reloading anymore? Or does anyone know of a mold for that sort of thing? My wife keeps my grandfather's old S&W 38 combat masterpiece service revolver next to her side of the bed, particularly when I'm out of town. I've got 2 dozen of the old HS rounds for it, but they are over 25 yrs old. Time to shoot them and get some new rounds.