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Yes you can. You just have to watch for pressure signs as you work up the load. Back before you could readily source cast 9mm bullets for hand loading one of the guys in the group used 110 grain lead round nose cast bullets for the 38 special in his 9mm. They measured at .358 to .359". Later he bought a sizing die. After sizing he found he could increase the powder charge without showing signs of excess pressure.Those early guns can still use the .311 projectiles, which is the entire point of what I stated about the .357 bullets in a .356 bore.