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My name isXXXXX will do whatever I can to answer your questions.Don't forget the deposit you placed to ask this question is not used to compensate me until you rate my service. Remember that when you are asked to give a rating you are rating My Service and not this website or your situation.It appears as though the #5 Rook uses a .360 cartridge, generally not an off the shelf round, though I suppose if you wanted to see if the gun fired you could contact an ammo maker to make a .360 round - issue being it would probably need to be cast from a real one, presumably very old. Here is something you could contact to see - Penn ammo http://www.pennbullets.com/38/38-caliber.html I believe makes a 38 long, so I would assume they could make a 360. Good news though you can find them, you just really need to keep searching. If you click this link http://www.ows-ammo.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=62_68&products_id=637 you will see a 50 round box for sale.I will keep going on the pistols to see, let me know what you think about this 360 round box.