Yesterday I got a call from a neighbor's wife. She said that her husband was sick in bed with a fever and there was a snake in their driveway. I went over and dispatched it. I am not sure it was poisonous, but women are scared of all snakes and they have a small child playing in the yard. I had bought some CCI .38 rat shot and used that in my Taurus revolver. These: Problem is, after I fired the first round the cylinder would not rotate to a second round. The rounds have plastic ends. The shells (the part beyond the rim) seem to be exactly the length of the cylinder, but after I fired it once, a few or the remaining unfired rounds seemed to stick out about 1 mm too far in the front of the cylinder. I pushed the unfired rounds back flush in the cylinder and shot the snake a second time, but I need to test it again and see what the deal is. I'll check the rounds and cylinder with a micrometer today.