I don't think there is any current production of "regular" .38 Super. It is all the same anyhow. The ammo companies agreed to mark all .38 Super ammo as +P because it was already loaded to what would be +P range in any other caliber. And had been since about 1928, when the old .38 ACP was souped up to a 130 gr bullet at 1300 fps and put into the 1911. I don't know if anybody still loads .38 ACP but it would be a good practice load with the 1902 ballistics of 130 gr at 1050 fps. They had already backed off from 1150 fps to reduce the wear and tear on the 1900-1902-1903 models. Do NOT put a Super in an ACP, it will beat it to death if not wreck it on the first shot.