Why doesn't anybody make a .38 special wadcutter load that uses a very light bullet. 148 grain wadcutters are pretty big slugs that use a lot of lead. For close range plinking and casual target practice, how about using an 80 grain bullet? Small bullet and light powder load = cheap and fun to use at range. And since most shooters don't reload anyway, they could make the cases out of aluminum, steel, plastic, or something cheaper than brass. Maybe they could sell such ammo for $9 / 50 instead of $14 or whatever the going price is these days?